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Hannah Babbini, Office of Grants and Fellowships

Start:

9/1/2016 at 3:30PM

End:

9/1/2016 at 5:00PM

Location:

356A Fitzpatrick
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This talk will focus on major sources of funding for STEM graduate students - specifically programs that tackle global development challenges and inequality – as well as techniques for drafting applications and sharing results with diverse audiences.

Seminar Speaker:

Hannah Babbini

Hannah Babbini

Assistant Program Director, Office of Grants and Fellowships

Hannah Babbiniis is a Notre Dame alumni with a master’s degree in chemistry and worked as a middle school science teacher and consultant before becoming the Assistant Program Director for the ND Office of Grants & Fellowships. She helps graduate students develop competitive funding applications and deepen their ties to the South Bend community through STEM outreach.

Seminar Sponsors:

Keith Feldman

PhD Candidate, CSE

CRA-E Graduate Fellow

Keith is participating in the Ethical Leaders in STEM programs, where he developed a workshop series for early-term graduate students.  The goal of the series is to help highlight some of the skill-sets necessary to succeed in graduate school that may not be taught or emphasized in an undergraduate curriculum. 

Sponsors

Keith Feldman

PhD Candidate, CSE

CRA-E Graduate Fellow

Keith is participating in the Ethical Leaders in STEM programs, where he developed a workshop series for early-term graduate students.  The goal of the series is to help highlight some of the skill-sets necessary to succeed in graduate school that may not be taught or emphasized in an undergraduate curriculum.