Month: October 2018

VCU News: $1.48M grant to aid community college students from underrepresented groups interested in biomedical sciences

Students in the 2018 cohort of VCU Bridges to Baccalaureate: Dream to Goal program, with Karen Kester, Ph.D., an associate professor in the Department of Biology in the College of Humanities and Sciences, and Sarah Golding, Ph.D., assistant professor and director of undergraduate research in the Department of Biology. (Courtesy photo)
Students in the 2018 cohort of VCU Bridges to Baccalaureate: Dream to Goal program, with Karen Kester, Ph.D., an associate professor in the Department of Biology in the College of Humanities and Sciences, and Sarah Golding, Ph.D., assistant professor and director of undergraduate research in the Department of Biology. (Courtesy photo)

VCU News has recently published an article featuring the recently renewed Bridges to the Baccalaureate grant in VCU Biology.  This program, lead by Karen Kester and Sarah Golding and with academic advising from Alvin Bryant, aims to help underrepresented community college students successfully transfer into a four-year institution.

Full Article: “$1.48M grant to aid community college students from underrepresented groups interested in biomedical sciences” by Brian McNeill with VCU News

Karen Kester is an Associate Professor in VCU Biology who runs an insect ecology and behavior research labSarah Golding is an Assistant Professor and Director of Undergraduate Research in VCU Biology.  Alvin Bryant is an Assistant Director of Undergraduate Advising for VCU Biology.

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