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The DBBS Curriculum Task Force wants you to submit your best and most innovative ideas about graduate education to the 2018 DBBS Curriculum Pitch Competition! Abstracts and pitches may be submitted by individuals or teams. Contestants must be current DBBS students, faculty, or DBBS alumni with a current WashU affiliation (postdoc, staff, or faculty). We […]
Dean Klein and the DBBS Curriculum Task Force, This letter is submitted by the undersigned DBBS graduate students in order to provide comments on the proposed new first year course for students in the Division of Biology and Biomedical Sciences (DBBS). We applaud the efforts to ensure all students are equipped with the necessary core […]