Yan Wang selected as National Postdoctoral Association IMPACT Fellow
Yan Wang is a finalist in the inaugural class of the National Postdoctoral Association (NPA) IMPACT Fellowship Program, an esteemed initiative designed to empower postdoctoral scholars from underrepresented backgrounds to build skills, understand strengths and develop networks. Competition for program seats was intense with more than seventy applicants from across the globe for six positions.
IMPACT Fellows will engage in a six-month, interactive fellowship that uses a variety of tools to empower participants to strategically build upon existing skills, recognize opportunities, and advance more confidently in their careers. Fellows are expected not only to benefit from their own growth but also to use the knowledge, tools and resources they gain from the program to implement activities or initiatives at their institutions and to contribute back to their communities.
The inaugural Fellowship class will engage in a peer mentoring program, a dedicated speaker series featuring luminaries from a range of disciplines, and ultimately a live educational and networking event at the NPA Annual Conference in Chicago, Illinois, in April 2022.
The NPA is proud to present the IMPACT Fellows for 2021-22:
* Brienna Anderson-Coughlin, Ph.D., University of Delaware
* Kimiko Krieger, Ph.D., Baylor College of Medicine
* Tanya Paes, Ph.D., Purdue University
* Raul Rodriguez, Ph.D., University of California – Berkeley
* Anaïs Tallon, Ph.D., Virginia Tech
* Z Yan Wang, Ph.D., Princeton University
Read the NPA press release here.