Are you interested in learning more about graduate school in the biological sciences? Come to HSRF 200 (at UVM) on Thursday, November 17 from 4:30 – 7:00 to hear from current graduate students in CMB and NGP talk about everything from deciding to go to graduate school to what you can do with a PhD afterwards. RSVP to 802-656-9673 now to keep your spot.
In 2011 I earned my BA in Biology from Western Connecticut State University where I conducted research in the laboratories of Dr. Frank Dye, Dr. Edwin Wong, and Dr. Thomas Lonergan. I joined the CMB program in the fall of 2012, and my experience thus far has been nothing short of amazing. I chose the CMB program at UVM for its breadth of interdisciplinary, cutting-edge research, and for the focus and importance the faculty place on the individual development of each student. When I'm not studying, in class, or in the lab I enjoy getting outdoors as much as possible. Burlington offers incredible places for hiking, swimming, biking, or just exploring the beautiful state of Vermont. Mark P. Fitzgerald