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News for GRCS: Biology

Fall 2014 Gateway Workshops

Monday Dec. 1, 6-8 pm, Biology Commons.

“Applications, Essays, and Resumes: How your writing can help you get into grad school, an REU, or get a job”

Wednesday Dec. 3, 4-6, Biology Commons

“Finding and Getting a Summer REU or Other Summer Opportunity.”

Wednesday, Sept. 3, 4:30-6:30, Biology Commons

The Gateway Scholars and faculty mentors enjoyed pizza and fellowship while meetign our two new Scholars, hearing about all the summer experiences, and discussing the year to come.

The Gateway program welcomes two new freshman Gateway Scholars

Elena Aversa and Meagan Rodriguez have joined the Gateway community as new freshman Biology majors. They are doing their first mini-rotations this semester, with Elena in Dr. Morrison’s plant ecololgy lab and Meagan in Dr. Wund’s evolutionary ecology lab.

The first cohort of Gateway Scholars graduates from TCNJ !

Congratulations to the first Gateway Scholars who graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Biology in May, 2014, after four years at TCNJ:

Jennifer Aleman, Stephanie Cervino, Gabrielle Dominguez, Daniel Ferrer, Robert Myers, Amanda Soler, Letitia Thompson, Maya Williams

First acceptances to graduate school for Gateway Scholars

Daniel Ferrer is attending UCLA to earn a PhD in Microbiology

Robert Myers is attending the Weill Cornell / Rockefeller / Sloan-Kettering Tri-Institutional MD-PhD Program in New York City.

Amanda Soler is attending the Graduate School of Basic Medical Sciences of New York Medical College to earn a PhD.

Gateway Scholars Presenting at Conferences

Stefanie Ucles and Danielle Flood are going to be presenting at the American Society for Cell Biology, meeting in Philadelphia December 2014.The title of their research is The Set2 histone methyltransferase is required for efficient RNA splicing. Dr. Kress is their research mentor at The College of New Jersey.

Abigail Calixto will be presenting at the American Society for Cell Biology, meeting in Philadelphia December 2014. The title of the research is Nanoparticle-induced stress signaling and apoptosis in diverse cell line. Dr. Elliot is Abigail’s research mentor at The College of New Jersey.