Potential northern New Jersey seminar speakers

Jeffrey Lee lee at SOL.ESSEX.EDU
Mon Jul 1 08:37:29 EST 1996


     I am writing to request your participation in the Fall 1996 BRIDGES 
biomedical seminar series at the main campus of Essex County College in 
the University Heights section of Newark, NJ.
     BRIDGES is an NIH-funded program that introduces minority two-year 
college students to biomedical research through seminars at ECC, summer 
research at Rutgers University-Newark campus and laboratory mini-courses 
at both schools. While the summer research is limited to NIH-defined 
minorities, the seminars and mini-courses are open to all students and 
faculty that wish to attend. The students who participate, usually 15 to 
20 in number, are mostly Biology/pre-Med majors with a background 
knowledge of Biology and Chemistry equivalent to that of a junior or 
senior at a four-year college or university. 
     The seminars are on Thursdays from 2:40 p.m. to 3:40 p.m. in Room 
3100-S in the Biology wing (Blue area) of ECC. The NIH grant includes NO 
funds for seminar speakers. Howevwer, I am willing to pay for parking and 
tolls out of my pocket if this is an issue. 
     If you would like to participate, then please contact me at 
"lee at sol.essex.edu". You can also call (201-877-3535) though I suggest 
E-mail or letter since I will be out of the office most of the summer. 
The mailing address is:
Dr. Jeffrey Lee, BRIDGES coordinator
Biology Dept.
Essex County College
303 University Av.
Newark, NJ 07102
If you are unable to speak at our seminar series, then please forward 
this notice to those that you feel would show an interest in being 
seminar speakers.
     Thank you in advance for contributing to the education of our students.

Jeffrey Lee, Ph.D. 

Dr. Jeffrey N. Lee, Biology Dept.                 E-mail:lee at sol.essex.edu
Essex County College                              Phone: (201)-877-3535
Newark, NJ 07102

               "And all this science, I don't understand. 
                  It's just my job, five days a week,"

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