Free virtual graduate fair held by the Biophysical Society (Nov 11/12, 2021)

Free virtual graduate fair held by the Biophysical Society (Nov 11/12, 2021)

Are you an undergraduate or Masters student in biophysics or related fields? Are you interested in applying for graduate school at a US institution to do a PhD? Then you should attend the Biophysical Society virtual Graduate Recruiting Fair.

 

The fair will take place on Thursday Nov 11, 2021 from 4-6 pm (EST) and Friday Nov 12, 2021 from 11-1pm (EST). This corresponds to Friday Nov 12, 2021 from 8-10 am AEDT (SYD/MEL/CBR) and Saturday Nov 13, 2021 from 3-5 am AEDT.  (Use the Time and Date World clock to check what time that is for other Australian timezones)

The fair will provide you with lots of information on how to get into graduate school and explore different postgraduate programs. You can meet with representatives from colleges, universities, and research institutes with leading programs in biophysics.

Registration is free for all students. 

The virtual platform is anticipated to be completed by Oct 31 and you can have an early look at the virtual graduate student recruiting space. The space will be open for registered students to access until Dec 4. Your can check out the demo page here.

For more information visit the Biophysical Society website. 

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