GSBS 2019 Commencement
The GSBS held its 2019 commencement ceremony on Friday, May 17, 2019. Congratulations to all of our graduates on achieving this significant milestone and best wishes for continued success throughout your careers!
Congratulations also to the 2019 commencement award winners:
Dr. Xiaoying Yu - GSO Distinguished Teaching Award
Dr. Pomila Singh - Distinguished Faculty Service Award
Dr. Rakez Kayed - Distinguished Faculty Research Award
Dr. Anthony Nicholas - Distinguished Alumnus Award
Dr. James Le Duc, Galveston National Laboratory - Global Impact Award
Dr. Victor Reyes - Edith and Robert Zinn Professorship for Excellence in Mentoring
Dr. John Papaconstantinou - Mace-Bearer
Congratulations to Hubert Lee, Corri Levine, Jacob Nelson, and Camille Camminati for achieving candidacy for the PhD! Hubert is in the Molecular Biophysics Education Track, working with Dr. Tom Smith. Corri works with Drs. Thomas Geisbert and Susan McLellan in the Human Pathophysiology and Translational Medicine Program. Jacob is in the Experimental Pathology Program in the lab of Dr. Alexander Freiberg. And Camille is studying in the Clinical Science program with Dr. Miguel Cabada.
Congratulations to Anna Nia, who has just entered candidacy! Anna is working with Dr. Emmett in the Molecular Biophysics Education Track.
The GSBS "50 For 50" Initiative!
The "GSBS 50 for 50" is an alumni-led initiative to raise $500,000 in graduate program specific support to celebrate the 50th
Anniversary of the GSBS in 2019. Ideally, the initiative will result in
the establishment of a graduate program specific endowment for every
graduate training program in the GSBS.