Did you know that 80% of ABRCMS student attendees are underrepresented minorities? Research continues to show the importance mentors play in minorities' success in STEM fields and as such, ABRCMS provides opportunities for you to be involved during the conference.
1. Serve as a judge
Mentors are needed to provide constructive feedback to the over 1,800 undergraduate and postbaccalaureate student presenters. We aim to provide each student with 3 judges to provide feedback on their presentation. Not only do you get to explore the latest research, you also get the chance to leave a lasting impression on students by providing feedback on their presentation.
Must be a doctoral-level graduate student, postdoctoral scientist or research faculty member
Multiple networking sessions are strategically placed throughout the the conference to provide opportunities for students to talk to peers and meet new mentors. Your participation in these sessions will allow you to connect with students who are eagerly pursuing education and career advice and who can benefit from learning about your unique journey.
3. Review abstracts
Prior to the conference, ABRCMS is seeking active researchers to review abstracts. Details and eligibility requirements can be found here.