Graduate Student Diversity Research Day

smathers library

In celebration of Diversity Week and Graduate Student Appreciation Week, the UF BREATHE Center was pleased to co-sponsor Graduate Student Diversity Research Day. The Organization for Graduate Student Advancement and Professional Development (OGAP) and the UF Black Graduate Student Organization worked together to host this virtual event, which was an opportunity for students to share and enhance their research with other graduate departments throughout campus, as well as gain insightful feedback from faculty and peers. In addition to engaging in a competitive poster session and panel discussions focused on “Pragmatic Scholarly Activism,” attendees were able to learn more about MBI-sponsored trainee funding opportunities and the BREATHE Training Program from BREATHE Center Director, Dr. Gordon Mitchell.