The CAREER Award program requires an integration of research and education activities beyond the scope of a regular NSF grant, so this workshop series will guide faculty members through the requirements and provide concrete suggestions on how to write the proposal.
The workshop will include a panel discussion with current CAREER Awardees.
The Microbiology Student Symposium is a graduate student-run symposium which showcases microbiology presentations by graduate students, undergraduate students, and postdocs. The keynote speakers for the 17th Annual Symposium are Michael Laub (MIT) and Victoria Orphan (Caltech). New this year, there will be a microbiology art show/competition and mixer in the evening.
UC Berkeley’s first ever, student-run, Plant Genome Engineering Symposium (PGES) will be held from 9am to 6pm onTuesday May 31st, 2016 at Li Ka Shing Center in Berkeley. PGES aims to expand and enrich the available knowledge about the potential for genetic engineering and modification in plant systems.