LGS Awarded an NIH Grant to Diversify Science Student Training, Recruitment
The Initiative for Maximzing Student Development grant will enhance diversity by increasing the number of undergraduate and graduate students from underrepresented groups who complete doctoral degrees and enter the biological and biomedical sciences research workforce. Read more.
Psychology Graduate Students Take a Closer Look at Grandiose Narcissism and U.S. Presidents
The article, to be published in Psychological Science, notes that "Lyndon B. Johnson scored highest on markers of grandiose narcissism, followed by Theodore Roosevelt, Andrew Jackson, Franklin D. Roosevelt and John F. Kennedy." Read more at eScienceCommons.
University Leaders Issue Statement on the Role of Technology in Graduate Education and Research
Leaders of graduate institutions from 14 countries, including LGS Dean Lisa A. Tedesco, agree on a set of principles regarding the uses of technology in graduate education and research at the Seventh Annual Global Summit on Graduate Education, hosted in Budapest, Hungary. Read more.
LGS Awarded an NIH Grant to Enhance Training Opportunities for STEM Graduate Students and Postdoc Scholars
The award, more than $1.8 Million over five years, will support programming designed to expose trainees to a wide variety of career pathways in industry, government, business, patent law and other venues and to immerse them into a specific career pathway. Read more.