Yi Xin Ren, a third-year Chemistry PhD student, is presenting his research and serving on a graduate student panel at the University at Buffalo this week. He is an alumnus of the McNair Scholars program at SUNY-Buffalo and was invited to share his perspective on advanced graduate study.
This is a "nuts and bolts" presentation on finding & researching funding opportunities for business, arts, humanities and social sciences, and developing the main sections of your application. Graduate students of all levels are welcome.
In this ceremony doctoral candidates are celebrated and hooded by their Supervising Professor and Dean....Read More
NSF Graduate Fellow Candace Benjamin's work using gold nanoparticles to create cancer drugs providing localize treatment with fewer side effects prompted The NOBCChe to invite her to speak at their annual conference.
The intensive sixteen-month program will welcome its first class in Fall 2018. Please contact O’Donnell Institute Assistant Director Dr. Sarah Kozlowski at [email protected]
for more information.
Dr. Aziz Sancar, who earned his PhD in molecular and cell biology from UT Dallas in 1977, is one of three scientists who received the 2015 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Read More