A nearly $2.2 million grant from the National Institutes of Health-National Institute of General Medical Sciences will help the UC Davis Maximizing Access to Research Careers (MARC) program usher in a new era of leaders in the biomedical and behavior research fields
Chemistry magic dazzled students from Woodland’s Lee Middle School during a campus visit to UC Davis. The event was not only an opportunity for Lee Middle School students to see science in action, it was an opportunity for them to meet their UC Davis pen pals.
Biological sciences senior Diana Quintero likes to use the gym as an analogy for the Biology Undergraduate Scholars Program (BUSP). Initially, new fitness enthusiasts might feel like they don’t measure up to their peers. But with training and persistence, they can acclimate to the rigors of hard work.
For 30 years, the Biology Undergraduate Scholars Program has created opportunities in life sciences education and research for over 1,500 students. Over the Picnic Day weekend, BUSP friends and alumni celebrated the program.