Awards

Penn NGG: the Society for Neuroscience’s 2014 Graduate Program of the Year!

As noted by the Awards Committee: “The program’s Graduate Led Initiatives and Activities Committee is a very innovative way to build leadership training among trainees. The GLIA Committee and the other Graduate Group activities to recruit, build curriculum, and develop skills for diverse career paths, will serve as successful examples to other institutional programs.”

Congratulations, NGG! We always knew you were the best; now everyone else knows it, too.

Alumna Sam White, current students Isaac Perron, Morgan Taylor, Leo Guercio, and Tanya Weerakkody, and NGG Vice Chair Dr. Kelly Jordan-Sciutto stand proudly with the program's SfN plaque.

Alumna Sam White, current students Isaac Perron, Morgan Taylor, Leo Guercio, and Tanya Weerakkody, and NGG Vice Chair Dr. Kelly Jordan-Sciutto stand proudly with the program’s plaque from SfN, presented during the annual conference in San Diego.

[Posted by Erin on January 15, 2014]
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