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Work in the Voytas Lab

Dr. Daniel Voytas Lab is seeking a sophomore or junior undergraduate to join the lab. This position is for students who are thinking about a research career in biotech/life sciences. 

Projects involve cutting edge genetic engineering, virology and synthetic biology in crop plants. Students who are accepted will gain skills in:

CBSelfie with Issraa Hussein

After graduating in December, this recent alum reflects on her summer in Istanbul and time in CBS.

Issraa Hussein

Hometown: Jerusalem, Palestine

Majors: Biology, Spanish Studies 

CBS Professional Attire Fund

Do you have financial need, and are unable to afford full-priced professional attire for career fairs, networking events, and future job or graduate school interviewing? CBS Student Services has secured a limited number of clothing appointments through an organization called Ready for Success.

Please fill out the google form by February 28th to determine eligibility for free professional clothing assistance.

Prepare for job/internship fairs, including:

EPPA Scribes and Ethics Event

Undergraduate Surgery Interest Group (USIG) is working in collaboration with Emergency Physicians Professional Association (EPPA) Scribes to present several complex ethical situations involving surgical care and attendees will have the opportunity to develop responses and consider the actions they would take when faced with these types of dilemmas. In addition to the small group discussions, USIG members will have the opportunity to network with members of the EPPA team along with university physicians.

CBS Bio-Science Networking Event

Looking for an internship? A full-time job? Attend the third annual CBS Bio-Science Networking Event to meet potential employers who are looking to hire CBS students and recent alumni.

Attend the 30-minute Networking Practice Session to get some pointers before you dive in! Sectors include microbiology, biotechnology, food science, agriculture, animal science, environmental science and more. 

Fostering future scientists

Volunteers guided first and second grade students through a morning of hands-on STEM activities during the inaugural STEM Day.

students learn about insect life cycles at STEM day

For two hours, students met tarantulas, served as citizen scientists for Eyes on the Wild and sketched out insect life cycles, to name just a