Are you a graduate student at UMass interested in expanding BRiDGE to your department or program at UMass? Check out our Partner Programs, watch our informational panel, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
BRiDGE Informational Panel
Interested in learning more about the BRiDGE program, joining our organizing committee, or having a conversation about how to expand department seminars? We hosted a information panel in October 2020 to help explain the mission of BRiDGE and provide resources for those interested in getting involved. Check out the event flyer for details, listen to the BRiDGE Panel Discussion here!
Being a BRiDGE Partner Program streamlines the process of hosting a BRiDGE scholar. It’s also a great way to join a group of graduate students dedicated to challenging the status quo by building community and increasing representation in our academic spaces.
BRiDGE currently has connections with the following Partner Programs at UMass Amherst:
- Environmental Conservation
- Stockbridge School of Agriculture
- Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning
- Organismic and Evolutionary Biology
- Molecular and Cellular Biology
- Plant Biology
- Neuroscience and Behavior
- Psychological and Brain Sciences