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ToxScholar Outreach Grant Past Participants and Visit Summaries

Funded by the SOT Committee on Diversity Initiatives

The SOT ToxScholar Grant Outreach Program funds toxicologists to visit universities and colleges around the world to expand awareness of toxicology and promote toxicology careers through interactions with undergraduate students. The visits listed on this page were funded by the SOT Committee on Diversity Initiatives.

 Applicant  Campus Visited  Visit
 Date
 Visitor(s)  Target Audience
 2006
Robert Roth Elizabeth City State University 2/15/2006 Steve Carey undergraduate students, historically black educational institution
Tony Ndifor Johnson C Smith University 3/29/2006 Tony Ndifor Minority students
Erin Hines Eckerd College 4/19/2006 Erin Hines liberal arts undergraduate university, active student research
Melinda Pomeroy–Black LaGrange College 10/3/2006 Gary Miller small liberal arts college
2006 ToxScholar visit reports
 2007
Heather Kleiner Grambling University 2/11/07–
2/12/07
Misty Prince Minority students
Marquea King North Carolina Central University 10/16/07 Marquea King undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty in the College of Science and Technology, including biology, chemistry, math/computer science departments
Tammy Dugas Louisiana State University-Shreveport 11/14/07 Tammy Dugas Undergraduate biology students that were members of the organization Beta Beta Beta
2007 ToxScholar visit reports
 2008
Tammy Dugas Prairie View A & M University 4/11/08 Tammy Dugas sophomore, junior and senior undergraduate students
Prasada Rao S. Kodavanti Elizabeth City State University 4/24/08 Prasada Rao S. Kodavanti undergraduate students, graduate students, and faculty in biology and chemistry.
Marquea King LaGrange College 9/12/08 Marquea King general student audience for one talk and upper-level biology majors for the other
Patricia Gillespie Johnson C. Smith University 10/31/08 Patricia Gillespie minority undergraduate students in the natural science department at a historically black college
2008 ToxScholar visit reports
 2009
Ron Giddings Winston-Salem State University 2/6/09 Marquea King high achieving undergraduates who are considered potential graduate students
Christine Marie George Sitting Bull College 4/14/09 Christine Marie George, Amber Finley minority undergraduate students pursuing degrees in science
Christine Marie George United Tribes Technical College 4/15/09 Christine Marie George, Amber Finley minority undergraduate students pursuing degrees in science
Christine Marie George Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation (MHA) Boys and Girls Club 4/16/09 Christine Marie George, Amber Finley minority undergraduate students pursuing degrees in science
Christine Marie George New Town High School 4/16/09 Christine Marie George, Amber Finley minority undergraduate students pursuing degrees in science
Christine Marie George Fort Berthold Community College 4/17/09 Christine Marie George, Amber Finley minority undergraduate students pursuing degrees in science
Sidney Green Dillard University 4/21/09 Sidney Green undergraduate students in chemistry, biology, pre-med
2009 ToxScholar visit reports
 2010
Melinda Pomeroy-Black LaGrange College 9/10/10 Marquea King Undergraduate students—science and non-science majors
Kristini Miles North Carolina Central Universityl 10/11/10 Kristini K. Miles The target audience will include undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty in the College of Science and Technology at NCCU. The students will represent a variety of departments in the College of Science and Technology (biology: chemistry; math/comp)
Helen Asemota Shaw University 10/12/10 Erin Hines Minority undergraduate students—20 Biology Major students at Shaw University and some faculty.
David Alexander UC Santa Cruz 10/19–20/10 Christopher Bradfield Undergraduate and graduate students participating in MARC
Yunfeng Zhao Wiley College 10/20/10 Delira Robbins Undergraduate students
Erin Hines St. Augustine’s College 10/26/10 Erin Hines Minority undergraduate students
George Pugh Hampton University 11/4/10 George Pugh Mixture of pharmacy students and biology undergraduate students
2010 ToxScholar visit reports
 2011
Anwar Dunbar Johnson C. Smith College 10/31/11 Anwar Dunbar College level Juniors and Seniors seeking information on potential career options in the biological sciences
2011 ToxScholar visit reports
 2012
Michelle J. Hooth Saint Augustine’s University 10/25/2012 Michelle J. Hooth African American STEM undergraduate students.
2012 ToxScholar visit reports
 2013
Tom Lewandowski Bay College 4/18/2013 Tom Lewandowski Students were enrolled in the STEM courses and a current issues course in environmental management.  A. A substantial number of students enrolled at Bay College are Native Americans.
Kristini Miles Howard University 4/26/13 Kristini Miles Undergraduate biology and chemistry majors
Elena Braithwaite Hampton University 9/24/2013 Elena Braithwaite Biology or marine science and environmental studies majors
Kimberly Hodge-Bell Virginia Union University 10/18/2013 Kimberly Hodge-Bell Undergraduates in the Department of Natural Sciences
2013 ToxScholar visit reports