1. How do you register?
Go here to fill out an application: https://bit.ly/3kBtYZx
2. When are the registration deadlines?
Early Registration: August 11, 2020
Regular Registration: October, 15, 2020
Late Registration: January 1-15th, 2020
3. Who is this conference for?
This conference was created to support students underrepresented in biology, so BLAANA (Black/African-American, Latinx, Asian, Arab, and Native American) students, first generation college students, limited income students and students with disabilities.
This conference is for both collegiate and precollegiate students and offers content for both audiences.
4. How much does this event cost?
This event is free but requires that you register by the deadlines above to attend. We do not have travel or lodging funding available at this time.
5. Is this conference in-person or online?
Both! Due to the current pandemic we have created a hybrid event, so we can meet a variety of needs, and be flexible to evolving travel and gathering restrictions. As of now, there will be some in-person activities and some online-only activities. When you register you can select which portions you are interested in participating in.
6. What is this conference about?
This conference focuses on career and graduate study opportunities in the biological sciences outside of medicine. During the conference you will learn about career opportunities in biology, as well as information about applying and attending college and graduate school.