In recognition of Graduate Student Appreciation Week, the Institute honored Cancer Cell Biology graduate students at this month’s tea time. There was cake along with traditional Tea Time goodies. Students were recognized during Tea Time by the CCB Scholarship Committee.
In addition, the CCB Graduate Student of the Year for 2081-2019 was announced. Congratulations to Tayvia Brownmiller who was selected by the CCB faculty. She received a $500 travel award.
Headline photo caption: WVU Cancer Institute Director, Dr. Richard Goldberg; Tayvia Brownmiller, graduate student and Scott Weed, director of Cancer Cell Biology Program.
The 23rd Annual TRCCC Meeting is scheduled for March 4-6, 2020 at Seven Springs Mountain Resort in Pennsylvania. Abstract submission deadline is Jan. 30, 2020.
Cancer survivor Angie Blankenship has learned to manage the challenges of healing with support from her family, friends and the WVU Cancer Institute. Now, she’s showing appreciation and paying it forward by donating to the Bob Huggins Fish Fry, which benefits the Norma Mae Huggins Endowment Fund and Remember the Miners Scholarship Fund.
Health Sciences faculty are invited Tuesday, Jan. 21 to meet with library officials to learn more about the state of library journals, following the 2016-18 cuts.