Alumna RISE Scholar, Maati McKiney, started the Molecules, Cells and Organisms Ph.D. Program at Harvard University this fall. Maati graduated with her Bachelor … Continue Reading
The RISE classes of 2020 and 2021 exemplify perseverance. Recent RISE graduates, Tida Tambedou, Maati McKinney, TeKiah McClary, and Kobe Abney have made incredible … Continue Reading
RISE Scholar, Maati McKinney, has been selected to receive the 2021 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. The NSF GRFP recognizes and supports … Continue Reading
The RISE Program equips Spelman students with the skills needed to change the world by immersing them in interdisciplinary, hands-on, structured, biomedical research-training.
The RISE Research Development Program provides opportunities for students to engage in hands-on research.MORE INFO
The Freshman Introduction to Research and Skills Training (FIRST) Program introduces students to the world of research.MORE INFO
Students take part in 10 hours of paid research per week in a biomedical research laboratory.MORE INFO
The purpose of RISE is to increase the skills and competitiveness of students in biomedical research.MORE INFO