- MINDSET (Maximizing INclusion and Diversity in Science, Engineering, and Technology): a mentoring program seeking to empower a diverse group of future STEM leaders
- Welcome to our new graduate student!
- Madison’s talk for SDSU’s Undergraduate Research day
- Welcome, summer students!
- Congrats, Eric!
- Hey, we’re on TV!
- Lucas receives a Travel Award
- Madison’s heading to the Mayo
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MINDSET (Maximizing INclusion and Diversity in Science, Engineering, and Technology): a mentoring program seeking to empower a diverse group of future STEM leaders
We believe the resident San Diego population has the right to receive the training needed to compete for local career opportunities in STEM. To this end, we have developed a mentoring program, MINDSET (Maximizing INclusion and Diversity in Science, Engineering, … Continue reading
We are happy to welcome our new graduate student colleague, Zeqing “Ruth” Xu, to the Sohl lab!
Check out Christal’s interview with the Channel 8 morning show promoting our research and the Fleet Science Center’s Suds and Science Event for which she volunteers: Video!
Lucas has earned a Travel Award from CSUPERB! We are excited for Lucas’s opportunity to present his polymerase work at a Cold Spring Harbor meeting this Fall. Congrats!
Congratulations to Madison Kennedy, who is heading to the Mayo Clinic in AZ for a summer research internship! We are sad to (temporarily) see her go, but we are excited for this learning opportunity!
Check out what Team IDH has been up to here.
Christal has been awarded Outstanding Faculty Member for the Chemistry Department at SDSU.
We were happy to celebrate Eric’s accomplishments at his MARC (maximizing access to research careers) Graduation Party. Eric, an NSF Fellow, will attend UCSF this Fall for graduate study.
Well deserved! Your current (and future!) students are fortunate indeed!
We are so happy that Eric’s proposal has been selected for an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship! What a great start to a graduate career. We will miss you when you begin your PhD work at UCSF this fall. Congratulations!