During the Inaugural Celebration of President Samuel L. Stanley, Jr., M.D., in October, a mini-symposium was held, which marked the official start of the Provost’s Graduate Student Lecture Series. Lectures will take place two times a month for the remainder of the school year.
This series seeks to provide an opportunity for graduate students across campus and at associated institutions (e.g., Brookhaven National Laboratory or Cold Spring Harbor) to present their work in a public forum. Secondary goals are to formally recognize excellence in graduate student research; to expand communication among disciplines; to foster a multidisciplinary campus community; and to provide practice and exposure for students seeking an academic job.
Students interested in presenting their work should e-mail Associate Dean Charles Taber (firstname.lastname@example.org) for an application.
All events are open to the public; no RSVP is required.