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Graduate student Mo Jarin developed her own boba rating system and came up with her top five boba gems in the Atlanta area. She evaluated 14 boba establishments to identify her top five favorites.
The Postdoc Visibility Project concluded with a reception on May 8 where postdocs, staff, and faculty were invited for a luncheon.
Three pioneering women at Georgia Tech who lead postdoctoral education and highlighting their impactful contributions and dedication to supporting postdoctoral scholars.
Marc Ebelhar, graduate student success specialist and academic professional in the Office of Graduate Education, has been named Georgia Tech’s 2024 “Putting Students First Award” recipient.
Two grad students share the importance of developing women-centered communities and provide their insight into developing a community. 
Jarin’s dedication and accomplishments have garnered recognition, including winning prestigious awards. Most recently, Jarin’s research titled, “Operando investigation of the synergistic effect of electric field treatment and copper for bacteria inactivat
Go out and fail. That was what Mo Jarin set out to do as part of a seven-week boot camp she was awarded through the entrepreneurial-focused U.S. National Science Foundation’s Innovation Corps program (NSF I-Corps). 
Researchers in Nga Lee (Sally) Ng's lab. Photo by Joya Chapman
Their awards total more than $9.5 million in funding, the most Georgia Tech has ever had in the program.
We asked our postdocs whom they would like to extend their thanks. Their responses revealed the profound impact of collaboration, mentorship, and peer support. 
Friday's Three Minute thesis produced four graduate student winners, each earning research travel grants.