Doctoral programs taking note of Bryant undergrads' lab experiences
When Bryant Biology major Megi Feraizi ’15 began to explore graduate pharmacy programs, she received interviews – and acceptances – from every school she applied to. What gave her the edge was an undergraduate research program she took part in on campus, a collaboration between Bryant and Rhode Island NSF EPSCoR, says Dan McNally, Ph.D., chair of Bryant’s Science and Technology Department. The program allows undergraduates to conduct research working with faculty in the labs – above and beyond the classroom experience.
A news story about Professor McNally, Assistant Professor of Science and Technology Christopher Reid, Ph.D., Lecturer Julie Crowley-Parmentier, Ph.D., three Bryant students, and EPSCoR is featured in The Current, a publication of the University of Rhode Island.