A decade ago, the Amgen Foundation announced its commitment to educating the next generation of scientists through the new Amgen Scholars Program. Since then, the program has grown in numerous ways, expanding to 17 host institutions in the U.S., Europe and Japan and opening doors for more undergraduates across the globe.
According to new applicant and participant data on the 2016 program, of the 5,123 students who applied in 2016, only about 7% or 359 students were accepted.
School: Cebeci Primary School Subject and Grade Taught: Science Teacher and 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th Grade Years Teaching: 8 Years in Amgen Teach community: 1 Participation in Amgen Teach programme: Bilim İçin EleEle –TED University -September,2014 Ankara -Turkey
İsmail attended an Amgen Teach science teacher training workshop in September 2014, organised by a team from TED University.
He teaches science at the Cebeci Primary School in Ankara and has eight years of experience as an educator.
Leading Scientists Share Insights With More Than 100 Science Students From 25 Countries
CAMBRIDGE, UK, 5 September 2016 /3BL Media/ - Top scientific minds from across Europe will descend on the University of Cambridge September 5-6, as the Amgen Scholars Europe Symposium brings together leading scientists and 101 star pupils from 59 colleges and universities across 25 countries to exchange ideas and experiences gleaned from a unique summer research placement initiative.
Guest post written by UCLA Amgen Scholar Rachel Sabol
As a self-proclaimed realist, I doubted that I would ever experience the fabled “love at first sight.” This changed the moment that I saw the crowd of UC Berkeley Amgen scholars lined up to register for the symposium, proudly sporting the trendiest summer internship shirts imaginable. In a creative expression of their institution, they were blazoned with the periodic table entry, Berkelium. I must say, there is something quite profound about a group of people that can make radioactive chemical elements fashionable.