MORE ON THIS EXCITING NEWS TO COME!!!New Grant Awarded---ESI Research Team led by Dr. Henry Neal Williams has been awarded another $1 million HBCU- RISE grant by the National Science Foundation to Provide Continuous Training of Graduate Students.
HBCU RISE Students Meet J. Craig Venter at Annual NSF JAM Meeting
Environmental Sciences Institute graduate students, Tamar Dickerson and Sherilyn Morgan meet with world renown scientists, entrepreneur and innovator, Dr. J. Craig Venter, founder of The Institute for Genomic Research and the J. Craig Venter Institute for Genomics in LaJolla, California. read more FAMU HBCU-RISE PI HENRY NEAL WILLIAMS PRESENTS AT THE INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM OF MICROBIAL ECOLOGY IN CAIRNS, AUSTRALIA HENRY NEAL WILLIAMS RECOGNIZED FOR 50TH PUBLICATION
Graduate students in Dr. William’s molecular microbial ecology lab presented him with a plaque in recognition of his 50th publication in scientific journals and his outstanding contributions to excellence in the field of microbiology and student mentoring. read more FAMU HBCU-RISE student Juan Garcia Presented Research at the Annual Biomolecular Research Conference for Minority Students in Orlando, Florida
Juan Garcia was selected to present his research for the Orlando conference. His presentation was based on the analysis of bacteria in bottled water following drinking at different time intervals. read more DR. ASHVINI CHAUHAN, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR IN THE ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES INSTITUTE WAS INVITED SPEAKER AT THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR MICROBIOLOGY
Dr. Ashvini Chauhan was invited to speak in the 108th Meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, held in Boston, MA from June 1-5, 2008. read more