Alumni Network

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By joining the distinguished community of bright and innovative scientists in the BTI Alumni Network, you not only become a meaningful part of BTI’s past –you also become an influential part of its future. No matter where your research takes you after your work at BTI, the alumni network aims to strengthen your professional network and offer you future career development opportunities, while continuing to engage with the Institute’s mission. Thank you for being an important part of the BTI community, and for your many contributions to discovery research.

Join the BTI Alumni Network today!

Simply complete the BTI Alumni Questionnaire to join the network and gain access to exclusive alumni resources!

*You may also use the questionnaire to send career developments and updates.

In the BTI Alumni Directory you will find listings of fellow BTI alumni, including their lab/department and years at BTI, current company and location, and email contact information. (Join the Network for access.)

The BTI Alumni listserv offers a convenient way for alumni to contact fellow alums for such purposes as: job postings, looking for a job, business to business opportunities, expert opinion, and more.

The BTI Biome is a quarterly publication for alumni featuring researchers and staff that worked and trained at BTI, and celebrating their invaluable contributions to the broader science community. We’ll also provide notices around regional alumni events, and opportunities to come back and visit BTI!

Members of the alumni network are frequently selected for BTI hosted speaking/presenting, mentorship, and other professional development opportunities.

Complete the alumni questionnaire to gain access to these resources, and more!

Volunteer to be a Mentor:

In 2016-2017 BTI’s Postgraduate Society (PGS) successfully launched a mentorship program that pairs members with mentors in a variety of research related fields, including academia, industry, science education and outreach, communication, writing, and more.

In addition to providing mentoring opportunities to BTI Alumni, the program serves as a valuable career development resource for its mentees –current graduate students and postdoctoral associates at BTI interested in pursuing scientific careers.

The program’s mentorship committee meets once per year to match early-career researchers with mentors in their chosen career fields. Please complete your Alumni Questionnaire to express your interest in becoming a mentor.

BTI Alumni Recognition Program

Do you know a successful BTI Alumnus that deserves to be recognized? Submit your nomination today for the 2021 Alumni Recognition Awards!

Learn more about the BTI Alumni Recognition Awards.

Click here to submit a nomination using our online form

Thank you to everyone who nominated a BTI alum for this esteemed award! The committee has completed their review of applications for 2019. Nominations are now open for 2021 awards.

BTI Alumni and current staff pose for a group photo outside Alder Manor, once home to William Boyce Thompson in Yonkers, NY.

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