The Amgen Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the biotechnology company, has committed $7.5 million for a suite of graduate fellowships in biochemistry and molecular biophysics that will provide Caltech students exceptional latitude in their studies of the molecular basis of life. The fellowship program is in the name of Caltech president emeritus and Nobel laureate David Baltimore.
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Caltech’s Center for Teaching, Learning, & Outreach (CTLO) helps faculty and students hone their skills in creatively teaching and learning complex material in the classroom and in the lab. The center also supports STEM education more broadly by fostering partnerships with local K-12 schools. Your investment in CTLO will inspire new generations of leaders in science and engineering.
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