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GCI Fellows


4th Annual Outstanding Publication Award Grand Challenges Initiative Recognizes Research by Kamal Diki

May 23, 2023 by | Grand Challenges Initiative

We are pleased to announce our 4th annual Chapman University Grand Challenges Initiative Outstanding Research Publication Award by a Grand Challenges Initiative Postdoctoral Fellow. The award is supported by alumni of the Grand Challenges Initiative Postdoctoral Teaching and Research Fellows Program. The selection committee, which included Drs. Jason Keller (chair), Crystal Ng (Former GCI Fellow), & Aaron Harrison

Chapman University Joins National Postdoctoral Association Membership Strengthens Commitment to Postdoctoral Training

September 15, 2022 by | Uncategorized

The Grand Challenges Initiative has joined the National Postdoctoral Association on behalf of Chapman University as an organizational member. Postdoctoral scholars, faculty and staff at the university can now become affiliate members by visiting nationalpostdoc.org The NPA advocates for, and provides resources aimed at improving, the postdoctoral experience.

Grand Challenges Initiative Program Highlighted in Editor’s Blog of Science Magazine

July 21, 2022 by | Grand Challenges Initiative

In a new commentary published on the Editor’s Blog of Science, Chapman University’s Dr. Gregory Goldsmith describes how postdoctoral fellowship programs can transform the experience for early career scholars looking to advance their careers in science and engineering. For the past five years, Goldsmith has served as the first director of the university’s Grand Challenges

Welcome New Grand Challenges Initiative Fellows Meet our newest GCI Fellows!

September 20, 2021 by | GCI Fellows

Join us in welcoming our new Grand Challenges Initiative Fellows to Schmid College! Every Grand Challenges Initiative team is mentored by a Postdoctoral Fellow. Our fellows are world-class early-career teacher-scholars. They come from diverse research backgrounds, ranging from cancer genetics to atmospheric chemistry. What the Fellows all have in common is a desire to share their

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