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November Newsletter

The PEER Review, e-newsletter for the PEER program

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The University of Tennessee, Knoxville

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Meet the 2014 Cohort


PEER Scholars Graduate in December!

grad icon for newsletterSince 2009, PEER has provided training, mentorship and more to help doctoral students performing biomedical & behavioral research at UT complete their degrees.This December, two PEER scholars and engineers, Terence Randall & Stefan Nwandu-Vincent will have doctoral degrees conferred.

Visit here to read more about Terence.

Visit here to learn more about Stefan.

Alumna Acclaim

download (1) Pelagie Favi (’14) is currently a Future Faculty Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Chemical Engineering at Northeastern University under the mentorship of Dr. Thomas J. Webster.This scholar in polymer engineering is making PEER proud by utilizing what she learned in PEER toward her career. Learn about her success here.

Meet a Mentor!

DiambraJoel_081114_S.Clark_07_1-682x1024Joel Diambra is one of our dedicated PEER Mentors and as the Associate Head of the Educational Psychology and Counseling Program, brings his expertise and some academic diversity to the program. To learn more about his impact on PEER, read here.

Meet a Co-PI!

Dr.-Robert-Nobles-II-197x300Robert Nobles brings strategy and vision to PEER as the Associate Vice Chancellor of Research for Responsible Conduct of Research and Co-Principal Investigator. He believes that the impact PEER can have on UT’s future is major. To understand his perspective, read here.


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