Zully Santiago receives honorary award for her work in The Writing Center

ZullyThis past summer our student (and the 2014 PRISM Symposium Best Poster Presentation winner) Zully Santiago received an Honorary Award presented by both the Department of Sciences and the Department of English for her contributions at the John Jay Writing Center. Professor Artem Domashevskiy, Zully’s research advisor, told us that “for many years now Zully has worked at the Writing Center, specializing in teaching John Jay’s Biochemistry students how to read and write scientific manuscripts in both The Journal of Biological Chemistry and Biochemistry Journal style formats, because I require lab reports in my Biochemistry classes to be submitted in those formats.”

Zully graduated in the spring, and will be attending CUNY Graduate Center to begin her Ph.D. studies this fall. Prof. Domashevskiy notes that “Zully is a very gifted, intelligent, creative, and hardworking young woman. I believe she will have a bright future as a researcher and academician and will become an exceptional professional in her field.”

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