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January 26, 2024 | Patti Mulligan

Exciting news for NC State graduate students! Applications for the 2024-2025 Genetic Engineering and Society (GES) minor fellowship are now open. Here’s your chance to delve into the societal, technological, and ecological issues surrounding the development and potential use of genetically engineered organisms.

Register for the 3/1 GES Minor Q&A via Zoom

What’s in it for GES Fellows?

Who Should Apply?

Masters and PhD students in Natural and Social Sciences, and Humanities at NC State

About the GES Minor:

Fellows will explore the interdisciplinary landscape of genetic engineering principles and methodologies while examining its societal and environmental impacts.

How to Apply:

Submit applications by March 15, 2024, for priority consideration. Learn more about fellowship requirements and the application process here.


For any inquiries, contact Dawn Rodriguez-Ward at

GES Minor Requirements:

 Explore the complete list of approved courses and download our flyer and e-billboard.

This is an incredible opportunity for NC State graduate students! Please share widely with your colleagues and anyone who may be interested.

Dr. Fred Gould and Dr. Jason Delborne, GES Minor Co-Directors

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