The Undergraduate Molecular Biology Committee is here to serve you. Our role is to act as the liaison between students in the department and the faculty. During monthly meetings, led by Dr. Elizabeth Gavis, we discuss students' concerns regarding courses, professors, TAs, workloads and exam schedules. Basically, if we (the students) don't like something, our concerns addressed (within reason, of course).
The committee is a forum to suggest possible improvements. One of our goals is to increase the interaction between faculty and students. We have already begun to implement new things the department can do to create more opportunities for undergrads to "hang out" with Nobel Prize winners and other leaders in various fields of research. We are always looking for new ideas and our primary responsibility is to relay any comments or complaints you have - so be sure to contact any committee member who will ensure that your input is addressed.
|Leo Choi||Daniela Coronado||Jessica Goehring||Raymond Guo|
|Isabel Hsu||Rohan Tummala||Evelyn Wu|
|Sarah Coffey||Haeun Jung||Bojan Lazarevic||Kevin Shin|
The first student committee meeting will be in mid-October.