RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC – Several PhD graduate students from local universities received professional development support to help ensure their success in predoctoral graduate studies. The Graduate Diversity Enrichment Program (GDEP) provides $5,000 over two years to support underrepresented Ph.D. candidates enrolled in a North Carolina university and conducting biomedical research.
Funds will support the following:
- Support for travel to participate in conferences, workshops, courses, and training.
- Costs associated with the purchase of equipment, materials, and supplies related to their research, presentation, short course enrollment, workshops, and training.
- Participation in a peer network system of diversity and/or underrepresented graduate students.
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