Together we can elevate the next generation of scientists.
Our innovative programs—the Scholars and Mentorship Program (BSMP), the Infinite Possibilities Conference (IPC), and the Scientific Empowerment Movement Conference (SEM)—are exciting, effective, and life-changing. For example:
Candice Price was a graduate student when she received an IPC scholarship in 2010. With the achievement of her PhD in Mathematics, Candice attended IPC in 2012, and is now a member of the steering committee for IPC 2015.
Joe Callahan participated in BSMP in 2005 as an undergraduate and led the program for two years from 2008 to 2010. Earlier this year, Joe received his PhD in Cell Biology.
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