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Wednesday, April 19, 2017
Chronicle features BEST Program

Doctoral students and postdocs benefit from BEST Program activities to broaden their professional training through exposure to the variety of possible careers that await PhDs, and then by 'trying on' the skills needed in particular career pathways to make more informed decisions for their future.

Written by Elodie Gazave, research associate in the Section of Plant Breeding and Genetics in the School of Integrative Plant Science and BEST Program Marketing and Communications Manager.

See http://news.cornell.edu/stories/2017/04/best-program-benefits-doctoral-students-postdocs for more information.