Our goal is to bring young researchers (non-faculty) together so they can meet, network and share research. This event is open only to YOUNG RESEARCHERS (grad student/ postdoc/ project scientist).
This luncheon consists of a few short, informal talks by young researchers, followed by a social hour. Lunch will be provided by KIBM.
Intro: The NSF-GRFP recognizes and supports graduate students in STEM or in STEM education with three years of financial support throughout their graduate years. However, writing a competitive application requires an understanding of their review criteria: Broader Impacts and Intellectual Merit. Join us for a discussion on how to address these and other aspects of the application that could give you a competitive edge as an undergraduate, post-baccalaureate, or a first-year graduate student.
Dr. Rangel's research investigates brain rhythms and the role of coordinated neuronal networks in informational processing
Please RSVP at https://ykavlioct16.eventbrite.com.
Chairs: Kiana Miyamoto & Shams Al-Azzam