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2017 Amgen Scholars U.S. Symposium

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U.S. Amgen Scholars from 10 host institutions gathered July 15-16 for a two-day symposium at the University of California, Los Angeles. They heard from UCSF professor Dr. Charles Craik about the path to a Ph.D., learned about applying to grad school, and met with faculty at UCLA about their research interests, among other activities. The scholars also visited the Amgen campus in Thousand Oaks, where they learned more about the biopharmaceutical industry and took tours of the cutting-edge facilities.

Amgen Volunteer Helps Organize Mike Nosco Memorial Bicycle Ride

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Ramona, an Information Security Senior Associate, volunteered by organizing the annual Mike Nosco Memorial Bicycle Ride and managing 120 other volunteers (including five Amgen co-workers), 720-plus cyclists and over 100 sponsors to raise $116,000 for seven local nonprofits.

A Firsthand View of the Amgen Scholars Symposium

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“Any time you build a connection with someone in your field, or a field you’re interested in, that’s networking,” says Isabelle Rosenthal, reflecting on what she has learned about networking since attending the Amgen Scholars U.S. Symposium at UCLA in 2015. Rosenthal, now a lab manager at the National Eye Institute at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), graduated from Wellesley College with a degree in neuroscience in 2016. She is now studying how humans perceive color.

Creating Global Pathways to Science: Lela Okromelidze and Marta Andres Terre

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Two women from two different backgrounds – one from a rural town in Eurasian Georgia and the other from urban Barcelona – both shared something in common growing up: a lack of access to scientific research labs. Now thanks to the Amgen Scholars Program (ASP), both are breaking the mold to become role models for budding female scientists around the world.

Building a Toolkit for Becoming an Effective Mentor and Educator

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This summer, 1,100 student interns will be living, studying, and working on the sprawling campus of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, MD, just north of Washington, D.C. Among them will be five Amgen Scholar alumni who will serve as mentors to some of the high school student interns in a unique pilot program to teach scientists how to be educators.

Volunteers in Houston Provide 300 Meals to Senior Citizens

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The Houston INBU sales team volunteered at the Houston Food Bank providing meals to approximately 300 senior citizens.

Volunteering at Local Food Bank in Idaho

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Rob, an INBU Biopharmaceutical Sales Rep in Idaho, volunteers his time at a local soup kitchen. 

Sacramento Staff Member Gives Back

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Tina, INBU Biopharmaceutical rep in Sacramento, California, volunteered by providing food for the hungry and relief for people in crisis at Day of Hope.

Amgen Tampa Team Volunteers

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The Tampa INBU sales team volunteered in the Metropolitan Ministries thrift shop. They unpacked and organized donations to help the homeless and those at risk of being homeless. 

Powerful Partnership: How Technology is Expanding Access to Quality Biology Education

Eduardo Cetlin President, Amgen Foundation
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Over the past 25 years, the Amgen Foundation has worked to strengthen science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education, particularly biology education, around the world. We have a long-standing history of reaching students through hands-on science programs such as the Amgen Biotech Experience and the Amgen Scholars Program, which have reached more than 500,000 students worldwide.

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