The Health Cell: Learning the Art of Networking

Learning how to enter a room where you know no one is not a skill that comes naturally. Learning to network, which side to place your name tag, how to start a meaningful conversation and ultimately leaving with a new professional contact can become natural with a little practice....
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Elementary Mad Scientists

Giving back to the community is an important part of education and life. Fifty-seven fourth graders experienced a day they will never forget when they made microscopes out of cell phones and extracted DNA from bananas and strawberries, all taught by biological graduate school...
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Mystery Box Challenge

An innovative team building activity was put to the test by 50 graduate students at the annual Cellular and Structural Biology Retreat. This program, designed solely by graduate students Heather Hambright and Desiree Wilson with the support of Dr. Pamela Larsen, was created to...
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