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The testimonials on this site speak to the growth and validation
that comes from engaging their professional communities,
and their faculty mentors’ enthusiasm highlights the
leadership these students will provide in advancing humankind.
Reflecting on the big picture helped me see the value of my own contributions and gives me confidence as I move forward.
Transforming STEM Higher Education Conference (Atlanta, GA)
The experience opened my eyes to the possibility of my own future, and I'm very excited to continue.
Pacific University Undergraduate Philosophy Conference (Forest Grove, OR)
I can't begin to put into words how much I learned from the conference; it almost made my brain hurt.
NASA Human Research Program Investigators’ Workshop (Galveston, TX)
As they present and exhibit their work in locations around the world,
students not only connect with leaders from the public and private sectors,
they move conversations forward—and in new directions.
I caught the attention of many professional recruiters and was offered a year-long internship; I feel invincible!
IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance and Evolution (Madrid, Spain)
Presenting my work reassured me that my own challenges and doubts are shared and that the larger community is open and accessible.
Geological Society of America Annual Meeting (Indianapolis, IN)
I realized that what we learn as undergraduates is only a fraction of what is truly going on out there!
American Society of Cell Biology / European Molecular Biology Meeting (San Diego, CA)
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to present their work at conferences.
The conference supplied me with a community I could call upon in the future for professional and personal questions.
Transgender Singing Voice Conference (Richmond, IN)
It was an incredibly surreal experience to meet the professionals who wrote the papers I scrutinized over the past few weeks.
Society for Neuroscience Conference (San Diego, CA)
People were laughing, making jokes, but also deeply invested in each other's work.
Midwestern Political Science Association Conference (Chicago, IL)