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Leveraging Molecular Modeling Skills on Your Graduate School Applications
Join us for a one-hour live virtual panel titled “Leveraging Molecular Modeling Skills on Your Graduate School Applications.”

Learn about the graduate school application process from current chemistry and biology Ph.D. students. Panelists will discuss what skills to highlight to help make your application stand out and they will give tips on how to seek out research opportunities as an undergraduate student. They will also touch on their experience using molecular modeling as a student and why honing these computational skills early on will be beneficial in graduate school.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
- Chemistry undergraduate students
- Biology undergraduate students
- High School students with an interest in STEM

KEY LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
- Get tips on how to find research opportunities as an undergraduate student
- Connect with students who perform computational modeling and learn how their skills landed them a spot in a graduate program

As a follow-up to this event, you will have the opportunity to connect with students who utilize computational tools and learn about ways to enhance your own molecular modeling skills. You will also be invited to future panels and workshops focusing on graduate school preparedness.

Jul 20, 2022 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Heidi Klem
PhD Student @Colorado State University
Morais Brown
PhD Student @Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Suhasini Iyengar
PhD Candidate @Northeastern University
Melissa Ramirez
Postdoctoral Scholar @California Institute of Technology