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IMSD and BEP program scholars are now focusing their energy on their research full-time, both in on-campus labs and at other universities
For the second consecutive year, a student in Professor Kelly Doran’s microbiology lab has been accepted to Harvard University.
Duyen Trang, winner of Outstanding Research Poster Award, talks about her Diversifying Clinical Psychology Experience
Duyen Trang, graduating IMSD Scholar, recently attended the Diversifying Clinical Psychology (DCP) Conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Duyen has recently applied to Ph.D. programs in Clinical, Counseling, and Developmental Psychology and has received invitations in each of those disciplines. Upon receiving an Outstanding Research Poster award at the DCP Conference, the IMSD Program staff asked her to write about her experience […]
There are many research support programs on campus that help underrepresented students in the sciences achieve their goals of pursing a Ph.D., including the MBRS – IMSD and MARC programs. The goals of these programs are to prepare students for direct entry into doctorate programs in the following fields: Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), Psychology, Speech Language and Hearing […]
The Initiative for Maximizing Student Development Program (IMSD-MBRS) and the Biomedical Exploratory Program (BEP) are recruiting for spring 2014!
Another successful Undergraduate Research Symposium (URS), hosted by the IMSD/MBRS and MARC Programs, took place on December 6, 2013!
As part of their mission to prepare undergraduate STEM and behavioral science students for direct-entry into Ph.D. programs, the Minority Access to Research Careers (MARC) and Initiative for Maximizing Student Development (IMSD) programs held their 7th Annual Current Ph.D. Panel on February 21, 2014.
IMSD Alum, Khanichi Charles, goes from mentee to mentor, while studying at Harvard.
IMSD scholars present their work at national conferences and take home awards!
Once again, our IMSD-MBRS and BEP students made an impressive showing at the SRS. Fourteen of our scholars presented research posters at the event, and eight gave oral presentations.