Convening meetings, workshops, seminars, and public programs is a key part of the mission at the Advanced Science Research Center at the Graduate Center, CUNY, promoting collaboration between campus-based faculty, ASRC faculty, theorists, and experimentalists across New York City.

Meet the Editor: Open Access Journals

Join us on October 16, 2020 at 1 p.m. for a session with eLife Editor-In-Chief Michael Eisen and Nature Communications Editor-in-Chief Elisa De Ranieri, where we’ll discuss considerations for publishing with open-access journals.

Science Op-Ed Writing Bootcamp

This event is part of Communicating Your Science, a series of talks and workshops aimed at helping STEM professionals publish and communicate their research.

How to Streamline your RNAscope Image Analysis with Imaris

Please come and join us for a workshop co-hosted by Epigenetics Core and Living Imaging Core. We will discuss how to use Imaris to streamline your RNAscope analysis using images generated at our core!

CUNY Nano Day 2021

Please join the CUNY Nanoscience Community as we share our research stories and welcome new researchers into the community. The virtual symposium will feature interactive talks, a Science Art & Meme Competition, and a fun networking session.

Improving DEI in STEM

This event is part of Communicating Your Science, a series of talks and workshops aimed at helping STEM professionals publish and communicate their research.

How to Combat Unconscious Bias in Academia

The recently published NSF Survey on Doctorate Recipients, 2019, highlights the lack of progress made in diversifying the STEM professoriate. Hispanic or Latinx scientists and engineers comprise 5% of PhDs employed by 4-year educational institutions, and Black or African American scientists and engineers, 4%. During this event, we will explore one contributing factor to underrepresentation

How to Become an Aspen Institute Science Mentor

This event is part of Communicating Your Science, a series of talks and workshops aimed at helping STEM professionals publish and communicate their research.

Nanoscience Approaches to Cancer

Please register online here. Biomaterials at the Interface of Tissue Engineering & Cancer Immunology Matthew T. Wolf, Ph.D. Laboratory of Cancer Immunometabolism, National Cancer Institute DNA-Based Nanostructures for Chemical and Biological Analysis Devleena Samanta, Ph.D. The University of Texas at Austin Exploiting the Fluorous Effect to Develop Adaptive Theranostic Devices in Oncology Scott H. Medina, Ph.D.

CUNY Academy for the Humanities and Sciences: Nir London, Weizmann Institute

To receive the Zoom link, please send your name and affiliation to mphilipp@gc.cuny.edu. Speaker: Nir London, Ph.D., The Alan and Laraine Fischer Career Development Chair, Department of Organic Chemistry, Weizmann Institute of Science Title: Crowdsourcing a Cure for COVID-19 Abstract: COVID-19, caused by SARS-CoV-2, lacks effective therapeutics. Additionally, no antiviral drugs or vaccines were developed against

Sharing Your Research Through Images & Graphics

This event is part of Communicating Your Science, a series of talks and workshops aimed at helping STEM professionals publish and communicate their research.

CUNY Women in STEM: Building Our Network

Join us for a professional development and networking event open to all CUNY graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and faculty interested in furthering their STEM academic research careers! 

Converge to Transform Interdisciplinary STEM Seminar Series

Join us for the next speaker in this series: Benjamin A Garcia, PhD, Raymond H. Wittcoff Distinguished Professor and Head of the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics at the Washington University School of Medicine, in St. Louis.

Easy Science Videos With Lumen5 & iPhones

This event is part of Communicating Your Science, a series of talks and workshops aimed at helping STEM professionals publish and communicate their research.

Brain Awareness Week: Ask Me Anything Session with professor Orie Shafer and his lab

Join the Neuroscience Initiative as they partner with the Dana Foundation to celebrate Brain Awareness Week, March 14-20. As a part of the public events hosted by the Neuroscience Initiative, professor Orie Shafer and his lab members will answer questions on how circadian clocks work, how the environment acts on your brain to affect your clock and sleep, and the effects of shifting to daylight saving time. 

Undergrad Research Open House at the ASRC

Join the Macaulay STEM Society, an organization that promotes research opportunities and allows students to explore their interests in STEM, at 11 a.m. on March 25 to explore research opportunities for undergrads at the ASRC. The day will consist of lab tours, lunch and a faculty/mentor meet-and-greet. Research areas at the ASRC include Nanoscience, Photonics,