Wesleyan’s Women in Science group hosted a Graduate School Admissions Panel Dec. 3 in the Allbritton Center. Students learned about the various opportunities in graduate studies from representatives in a wide range of disciplines.
Panelists included: Richard Zeff, assistant dean of admission at University of Connecticut’s School of Medicine; Mary Keefe, director of admission at the Yale School of Public Health; Cheryl-Ann Hagner, director of Graduate Student Services at Wesleyan; Dannika Byrd, assistant director of student affairs in Yale’s School of Medicine’s Physician Associate Program; Merideth Frey, Ph.D. candidate in Yale’s Department of Physics; and Sarah Moustafa BA ’11, MA ’12, Ph.D. candidate in Yale’s Genetics Program.
WIS is a student group composed of undergraduates, post-docs, staff, and faculty dedicated to issues affecting women in science. The group is open to all majors and genders. Photos of the event are below (photos by Dat Vu ’15)