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WOMEN IN SCIENCE: Katherine Augustyn '02 speaks on the "Long Range DNA Damage and its Biological Consequences" during the first Wesleyan Women in Science luncheon Sept. 22. Augustyn spoke on her Ph.D research, and about life as a Ph.D student at CalTech. Wesleyan Women in Science is open to all members of the Wesleyan community who are interested in issues affecting women in science, or in participating in our various activities, regardless of major, degree or gender.

Wesleyan Women in Science is supported by the Wesleyan Hughes Program in the Life Sciences. The talk was part of the Wesleyan Molecular Biophysics Program's Seventh Annual Retreat, sponsored by the Molecular Biophysics Program, the Edward W. Snowdon Fund, and the departments of Chemistry and Molecular Biology and Biochemistry.