BioAIMS:About

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The  purpose of BioAIMS is to address the needs and concerns of current  minority graduate students in the biosciences. We are committed to  promote a supportive  community and to enrich the opportunities available for minority  students pursuing an advanced degree in science.
 
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Though the site is still under construction, be sure to check out the different links soon for news on new events and involvements.
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The purpose of BioAIMS is to address the needs and concerns of current minority graduate students in the biosciences. We are committed to  promote a supportive community and to enrich the opportunities available for minority students pursuing an advanced degree in science.
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'''Goals''':
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*To promote the recruitment and active retention of minority students for graduate studies in the biomedical sciences.
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*To stimulate professional growth through career development sessions.
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*To make an impact on the surrounding Stanford communities through various outreach and mentoring programs.
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*To foster a student support network through social interactions.

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Purpose

The purpose of BioAIMS is to address the needs and concerns of current minority graduate students in the biosciences. We are committed to promote a supportive community and to enrich the opportunities available for minority students pursuing an advanced degree in science.

Goals:

  • To promote the recruitment and active retention of minority students for graduate studies in the biomedical sciences.
  • To stimulate professional growth through career development sessions.
  • To make an impact on the surrounding Stanford communities through various outreach and mentoring programs.
  • To foster a student support network through social interactions.
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