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BOLD Discovery. The BOLD Discovery application is live! Building Opportunities for Leadership and Development (BOLD) Discovery is a two-day interactive conference in New York that provides freshman students who are traditionally underrepresented in technology an introduction to our organizational structure, business opportunities and culture. The program will take place from . Students can learn more about the program and apply here. The deadline to apply is .
BOLD Immersion. The BOLD Immersion application is live! The Immersion program is a three-day program in Mountain View designed to provide exposure into the technology industry for second year (sophomore) students who are historically under-represented in this field. Students will get a glimpse into the technology world, as well as a chance to take part in real business challenges and hear from speakers who will help them prepare to go through the process to become a Google intern or full time employee. Students can learn more about the program and apply here. The deadline to apply is .
AdCamp. The AdCamp application is live! AdCamp is a two-day program taking place in late August in Ann Arbor and is open to current third-year students interested in online advertising. The program offers a collaborative curriculum focused on Google's advertising sales and services operations, an overview of Google's ad products, and insight into the advertising industry. Students can learn more about the program and apply here. The deadline to apply is .February 08, 2015
THE U.S. GOVERNMENT RESPONSE TO LOOMING
BIOTHREATS AND EMERGING INFECTIOUS DISEASES
The Foreign Policy Association Lecture and Q & A by:
Dr. Robin Robinson
Director of the Biomedical Advanced
Research and Development Authority (BARDA)
Presented By: Your Invitation By:
Thursday, February 5, 2015
Registration: 6:00 p.m. / Lecture: 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.
300 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10017
In April 2008, Dr. Robin Robinson was appointed head of the Biomedical Research and Development Authority (BARDA) and Deputy Assistant Secretary in the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response within HHS by the Pandemic and All-Hazard Preparedness Act of 2006. He also led the nation’s effort to develop and manufacture the largest amount of vaccine in U.S. History in response to the 2009 H1N1 pandemic. For his leadership in this role, Dr. Robinson was the recipient of the Department of Defense’s Clay Dalrymple Award in 2008 and a finalist for the Service to America Medal in 2009. Dr. Robinson received a Bachelor’s degree in Biology from Millsaps College in 1976, a Doctoral degree from the University of Mississippi Medical School in medical microbiology in 1981 with a dissertation on herpesvirus oncogenesis, and completed in 1983 a NIH postdoctoral fellowship with the State University of New York at Stony Brook in molecular oncology. Dr. Robinson also serves on the World Health Organization (WHO) international expert teams on Pandemic influenza vaccines.February 04, 2015