The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS) is the largest state agricultural agency in the United States. The FAST (Florida Agricultural Science and Technology) Fellowship Program is an exciting opportunity for recent college graduates in the science field to gain top-notch experience in the laboratory. This is a paid, two-year program in our state-of-the art laboratory located in Tallahassee, Florida. The program has variety of opportunities for graduates at all levels (Bachelors, Masters, and PhD) to gain hands-on experience on cutting edge equip (Distributed April 18, 2014)
Independently created films documenting marine science and conservation issues. Films created by scientists and students for sharing with the global audience. Hosted by Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Environmental Change Initiative, and Brown Science Center. Presented by Robert Lamb, PhD student in the Witman lab.
ADOCH, A Day on College Hill, is a three-day weekend adventure for prospective Brown students held in late April. ADOCH is a day in which potential Brown undergraduates can visit and engage with campus members before they decide whether or not to matriculate. (Distributed April 11, 2014)
At a school filled with scientists, humanitarians, and health advocates, there are hundreds of Brown students interested in healthcare careers. Brown’s Science Center, through its Pre-Health Advising Series, strives to provide unique and exciting resources for these students. The Pre-Health Advising Series is a group of events intended to give students an inside look at the various opportunities within the healthcare field. The event series is focused on the actual working experience of healthcare students and professionals.