First BCTR Graduate Research Assistant awards announced
August 1, 2012
The BCTR received applications from CHE graduate students for the 2012-2013 Graduate Research Assistant (GRA) awards. The selection was based on the fit of the students' backgrounds, skills, and career goals in relation to the mission of the BCTR and the focus and needs of its current projects.The first annual awards have been granted to:
- Sarah Luna, Division of Nutritional Sciences
- Sarah Moore, Human Development
- Joshua Rutt, Human Development
The GRAs are located in the BCTR and are intended to further the work of current BCTR projects and the BCTR as a whole. Students may also work on faculty projects that are administered by the BCTR or where there is significant collaboration with BCTR faculty or staff. Time may be split between more than one project. Final determinations of project assignments will be made this summer with an attempt to match student preferences with project needs.There is a possibility of continuing the assistantships in the spring semester of 2013.