GradFUTURES Virtual Meetup (featuring Paul Durst, Council on Science and Technology)

Wed, Jul 15, 2020, 12:00 pm
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GradFUTURES

"My Ph.D. prepared me for a career that I love, and I'm looking forward to sharing more about my journey, hearing about your experiences, and answering some of your questions on Wednesday, July 15th at noon."

Paul Durst, Ph.D. GradFUTURES Virtual Meetups build community among and between graduate students and graduate alumni. We are grateful to graduate alumni and other partners who share academic and career stories as well as their advice for current graduate students. On 7/15/20 at noon, join fellow graduate students and alums for a lunchtime discussion headlined by Paul Durst, Ph.D. 

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Paul Durst is Assistant Director for STEM Education at the Council on Science and Technology (CST) at Princeton University.  He received his PhD in biology from Duke University, and was a SPIRE postdoctoral fellow at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, also serving as a visiting assistant professor at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke.  Paul supports STEM education initiatives at the CST, including collaborating with faculty to develop innovative life science courses, organizing creative interdisciplinary events, and teaching courses that explore the intersection of STEM and other disciplines.

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