Category Archives: undergraduates

NIMBioS Attends Largest Mathematics Meeting in the World

More than 7,000 mathematicians descended upon Boston last week for the 2012 Joint Mathematics Meeting, the world’s largest mathematics meeting, and NIMBioS was there.  NIMBioS researchers, faculty and staff contributed talks on research and outreach. Two posters from the NIMBioS … Continue reading

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NIMBioS Promotes Diversity in Science

NIMBioS collaborated with NSF math and biology centers this month to bring exciting programming in modern math and life science to the SACNAS national conference for advancing Hispanics, Chicanos, and Native Americans in science. Postdoctoral fellow Sharon Bewick and Associate … Continue reading

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Oh the Possibilities (for Undergraduate Research at NIMBioS)

College students can delve into a variety of different research experiences here at NIMBioS. A column in today’s student newspaper, The Daily Beacon, by NIMBioS Education and Outreach Coordinator Kelly Sturner highlights some of the best, including the summer Research … Continue reading

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Undergraduates Present Their Research at the Interface

More than one hundred undergraduates from around the country gathered Oct. 21-22 to present their research at the third annual Undergraduate Research Conference at the Interface of Mathematics and Biology. In addition to talks and posters, participants played a fun … Continue reading

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