Initiative for Maximizing Student Development

Georgia State Summer Science Programs Train Next Generation of Scientists

Georgia State University is preparing the next generation of scientists for research careers through its summer science programs. High school students from across the state — and occasionally beyond — can participate in programs that allow them to attend college-level lectures and gain experience in research labs focused on neuroscience, cancer and more. They’re getting a jump-start on learning lab techniques, designing experiments and making valuable contributions to faculty research projects.

GSU B&B Speaker Interview Series – Podcasted by Greg Suess

Dear All, We would like to announce a new podcast series, the Brains & Behavior (B&B) Speaker Interview series hosted by Greg Suess, Georgia State University Neuroscience doctoral candidate and the IMSD Graduate Assistant for Professional Development. The Brains & Behavior program at GSU hosts a Distinguished Lecture Series (DLS) wherein invited neuroscientists come to Georgia…

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