We were so honored to have Claire M. Fraser, Ph.D. as our lecturer for our annual Women in Science event yesterday. Dr. Fraser was the first to map the complete genetic code of a free-living organism and is often referred to as the founder of the field of microbial genomics. It was a pleasure hearing her … More Women in Science Annual Lecture!
From spreading awareness about our club at the org fair in early September to our ATP party during the last full week of classes, we hope you’ve all had fun participating in our events! We’re so happy that we could spread our passion for science and bring our community together at the same time. As … More (BC)^2 Fall 2016 Recap
Becoming familiar with Handshake (formerly MyCWS) is a great way to learn about career options and internships/jobs. This website allows you to: schedule appointments with your mentor/advisor browse and RSVP to career-related events apply for jobs and internships Here’s how you can get started with your account and customize it to what you’re interested in: Other Resources: Handouts … More [Career Education] All About Handshake
A message from the Keck Graduate Institute of Applied Life Sciences in Claremont, CA: Keck Graduate Institute of Applied Life Sciences (KGI) is the only American graduate institution devoted solely to bioscience education, research, and discovery. Learn how these programs are preparing leaders in the Life Sciences and Health Profession industries. Master of Bioscience (MBS): This … More [Post-grad] Apply to KGI
Dear Wendy, This is my last letter of the summer and I have to say it’s been pretty great talking to Wellesley alumnae about their life. For my last interview, I spoke to Kieran Pechter, a graduate of the class of 2004. Kieran is currently an exome sequencing analyst at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. … More [Dear Wendy] Kieran Pechter
Dear Wendy, I met with another alum recently to talk about how she approached making career decisions and thought you may want to hear more about our conversation, especially if you’re considering a career in medicine. Camille Pane graduated from Wellesley with a major in psychology and is currently an urgent care doctor at the … More [Dear Wendy] Camille Pane