Dine with a Teratology Ambassador at this year’s meeting!

Starting May 1, students can sign up to dine with a Teratology Ambassador at the 2013 annual Teratology Society meeting in Tucson. You might be wondering what is a Teratology Ambassador? A Teratology Ambassador is an associate or full member of the Teratology Society who is willing to meet with a few students at a time for an informal discussion over breakfast. Students may choose a certain specialty or area and be matched with an ambassador on a morning of their choosing. This is a good opportunity to learn more about the Society and its members.

As a student participating at last year’s meeting, I found Dine with a Teratology Ambassador to be a really great experience. I learned a lot about the Society, potential job opportunities, and the various paths we take in pursuing our passions and careers.

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