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REU Students awarded NSF Graduate Research Fellowships

Two alumni of the REU in Cellular Bioengineering were recently awarded prestigious Graduate Research Fellowships from the National Science Foundation. Rebecca Davis and Haley Rose Warren were both in the 2017 cohort. Rebecca is now a PhD student at the University of Delaware.  Haley is a PhD student at UCLA.

REU in Cellular Bioengineering renewed by NSF

The REU Site in Cellular Bioengineering was renewed for three years with a $428,240 grant from the National Science Foundation.  The next 3-year cycle of the program will continue to provide cutting-edge research opportunities, professional development activities, and exercises in innovation and entrepreneurship. In addition, a new emphasis on engineering to address health disparities will … Read More

Professor Shreiber honored as a leader in diversity and inclusion

Professor David Shreiber has been selected to receive a Leaders in Faculty Diversity Award for 2019-2020 by the Rutgers Committee to Advance Our Common Purposes, which has representation from students, staff, and faculty across all regions of the university. The committee’s mission is to promote the development of a university community that values and advances … Read More

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