Stefan Agius is based in Bloomberg’s London office and is responsible for our EMEA Experienced Recruitment team. His team partners with managers and business team leaders to identify, attract and hire seasoned talent across all our business areas and corporate functions in EMEA.
Amgen Scholars hailing from programs across the globe gathered in New York this month for an alumni reunion at Columbia University. There, they got a chance to connect with one another as well as with a few incoming 2016 Amgen Scholars, program leaders and faculty mentors.
In addition, Amgen’s Executive Director of Research Margaret Chu-Moyer spoke about her personal journey and the professional path she took to her current position, telling attendees, "Follow the science; find your passion; fulfill a life of purpose."
Host Institution: Columbia University, Barnard College, 2009 Current Status: PhD candidate in the Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology
While in the Amgen Scholars Program, Luvena Ong got a firsthand look at what doing independent research would be like. Inspired by the Program and other experiences, she is now pursuing a PhD as a part of the Harvard-MIT Program in Health Sciences and Technology, where she is developing and applying nucleic acid–based nanosystems.
Washington, D.C., June 14, 2013 /3BL Media/ —The Alumni Association of Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) has announced that Dr. Terry F. Yosie, President & CEO of the World Environment Center (WEC), will receive the university’s prestigious Alumni Achievement Award for 2013. The award recognizes alumni, students and faculty for their service to the university and its alumni for their achievements in the arts, humanities, sciences, technology and business.
Bill and Melinda Gates present three nonprofit leaders with grants and support from the Microsoft Alumni Foundation
(3BL Media / theCSRfeed) Seattle, WA – November 17, 2011 – Last night, at the Microsoft Alumni Foundation 2011 Celebration, Bill and Melinda Gates recognized the nominees, finalists and three award-winning Microsoft alumni as the 2011 Integral Fellows. This is the third annual Foundation celebration honoring former Microsoft employees who have used their talents, time, and resources to make a meaningful difference in the daily lives of others.