Highlights from Announcements 3/6/23
First-Year Research Students and Responsible Conduct of Research
All incoming graduate students pursuing research degrees must complete the online training course Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) before the end of their second semester. RCR training covers authorship, peer review, and research misconduct (plagiarism, data falsification, and data fabrication). Training must be completed before the end of the second registered semester (May 20 for spring ’23). Be proactive and complete the training now.
Register to Compete in the 2023 Three Minute Thesis Competition!
Cornell doctoral students who have carried out research for their thesis or dissertation are invited to participate in Cornell’s 2023 Three Minute Thesis competition (3MT). Preliminary round submissions are due Monday, March 13. Learn more.
Intersecting Identities Impact How Doctoral Students and Postdocs Feel About Career Prospects
When it comes to your future career, it’s important that you feel empowered to explore your options and pursue your dreams. This feeling, called career… Read more.
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Reah Chiong is a doctoral candidate in nutrition from Anaheim, California. She earned her B.S. in nutrition and dietetics at California State University, Long Beach and now studies how stigma is experienced among New York residents who use food assistance programs.
BMCB Doctoral Candidate Selected for 2023 Weintraub Award
Biochemistry, molecular and cell biology doctoral candidate Saket Bagde was selected as a recipient of a 2023 Weintraub Award from the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center. The award recognizes outstanding achievements in biological sciences.