MSU Honor Student Places in Top 3 at Northeast Scientific Training Programs Retreat.

On March 4-5, 2016 Jahnn Drigo, a junior Honors Chemistry major, attended the Northeast Scientific Training Programs Retreat (NEST); where she placed in the top 3 in the poster presentations at the conference. The retreat was created to foster programmatic cross-talk and exchanges between program directors/faculty and trainees at all levels of training, while catalyzing transformative and long-term changes in scientific training, program development, and practices that begin at the undergraduate level and extend through to the advanced postdoctoral level. The retreat format is designed to allow for candid discussions related to the challenges of trainees transitioning from one career training stage to another. 

Congratulations, Jahnn!