[BiO BB] Mentorship program at the 2012 iEvoBio conference
hlapp at gmx.net
Wed May 16 14:20:58 EDT 2012
The iEvoBio Mentorship Program pairs undergraduate and graduate students with faculty who have extensive experience in evolution, systematics, biodiversity, mathematics and/or software development to enhance their experience at iEvoBio 2012. Mentors will guide participants in collaborative and networking opportunities throughout the two-day conference.
If you would like to gain the wisdom of your colleagues' experiences by participating in this program, please email the iEvoBio 2012 organizing committee at committee at ievobio.org by June 1, indicating if you have any activities you would like to be included in the mentorship program, or a particular field of interest. You can find more information about the meeting and registration at http://ievobio.org/.
iEvoBio 2012 is sponsored by the US National Evolutionary Synthesis Center (NESCent) and by Biomatters Ltd., in partnership with the Society for the Study of Evolution (SSE) and the Systematic Biologists (SSB).
The iEvoBio 2012 Organizing Committee:
Hilmar Lapp, US National Evolutionary Synthesis Center (chair)
Robert Beiko, Dalhousie University
Nico Cellinese, University of Florida
Robert Guralnick, University of Colorado at Boulder
Rebecca Kao, Denver Botanic Gardens
Ellinor Michel, Natural History Museum, London
Nadia Talent, Royal Ontario Museum
Andrea Thomer, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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