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GSS Professional Development Award Recipients

September 04, 2011
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The Graduate Student Society has announced the recipients in its first round of Professional Development Grants:

  • Sara 
Ejtemaee
 (Physics)

  • Juan
 Glavez
 (Mechatronics)

  • Jessica
 Inskip 
(Biomedical 
Physiology 
and 
Kinesiology)

  • Stephen 
Pearce 
(Engineering 
Science)

  • Clare
 Protheroe 
(Biomedical
 Physiology 
and 
Kinesiology)

  • Abu 
Saleh
 Mohammad 
Anisur
 Rahman 
(Communications)

  • Kathleen
 Raso
 (Communications)

  • Rianne
 Ravensbergen 
(Biomedical
 Phyisiology
 and
 Kinesiology)

  • Maria
 Cristina
 Ruiz‐Echeverry 
(Education)


Each student received $500 to support conference and research travel, and were chosen from a strong pool of over 59 applicants. The grants were awarded based on academic relevance, merit and financial need.

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