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Are you about to start your freshman year in college and wondering how to make a niche for yourself in this new academic environment?

Are you already in college and wondering if you are making the most of the opportunities the college years present?

This summer, the American Association for the Advancement of Science's Minority Scientists Network invited PMABS Undergraduate Assistant Tiffany F. Deans to present her views on these questions. In "Making the Most of Opportunities," Tiffany writes about how you can take "advantage of the various opportunities that the university offers to expand students' horizons and achieve success."

In addition to working with PMABS, Tiffany is a Pogue Scholar pursuing an undergraduate degree in nursing at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Read Tiffany's article Making the Most of Opportunities, which has just been published online.


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