Career Exploration and Professional Development

Atlanta Best Magazine

The Atlanta BEST Magazine came out with its first Issue in August 2013. This magazine, for the most part, is run by trainees in the Atlanta BEST program and other NIH funded BEST Programs (Broadening Experiences in Scientific Training). Contributing writers and inspiration come from firsthand Atlanta BEST program experiences, the nationwide consortium of BEST institutions, and engaged people who have messages to share with those working toward strengthening the biomedical workforce. The issues below contain stories, information, and resources on career exploration and professional-development tips, successes, hurdles, and communities. Send questions or comments to Tami Dahl at thutto@emory.edu.

Issue 9: Summer 2018 - Special Issue!

 

Issue 8: Summer 2018


Issue 7: Winter 2017


Issue 6: Summer 2016


Issue 5: May 2016
 


Issue 4: July 2015 

Issue 3: April 2015

Issue 2: November 2014 

Issue 1: August 2014 


Magazine Teams

Summer 2018 - Special Issue! Community Narratives

  • Tami Hutto: Writer
  • Adam Mastoon and Robert Maloney: Photographers, Designers

Summer 2018

  • E. Motunrayo Kolawole and Tami Hutto: Editors-in-Chief, Designers, Editors
  • Darcie Cook: Editor, Designer
  • Kylie Ainslie: Editor, Designer 

Winter 2017

  • Kylie Ainslie: Editor-in-Chief, Designer 
  • Darcie Cook: Associate Editor, Designer
  • Motunrayo Kolawole: Editor, Designer
  • Tami Hutto: Editor, Designer

Summer 2016

  • Kylie Ainslie: Editor-in-Chief, Designer 
  • Darcie Cook: Associate Editor, Designer
  • Motunrayo Kolawole: Editor, Designer
  • Bridgette Peake: Editor
  • Tami Hutto: Editor, Designer

May 2016

  • Kylie Ainslie: Editor-in-Chief, Designer 
  • Darcie Cook: Editor
  • Motunrayo Kolawole: Editor, Designer
  • Tami Hutto: Designer, Photographer

July 2015

  • Kylie Anslie: Editor, Writer, Designer
  • Darcie Cook: Editor, Writer, Designer
  • Tami Hutto, Manager, Designer, Writer

April 2015

  • Kristen Thomas: Editor-in-Chief, Writer, Designer
  • Kylie Anslie: Editor, Writer, Designer
  • Darcie Cook: Editor, Writer, Designer
  • Kelly Vinal: Editor

November 2014

  • Kristen Thomas: Editor-in-Chief, Writer, Designer
  • Kylie Anslie: Editor, Writer    
  • Darcie Cook: Editor, Writer
  • Kelly Vinal: Editor, Writer
  • Tami Hutto, Manager, Designer                                

August 2014

  • Kristen Thomas: Editor-in-Chief, Writer, Designer
  • Tami Hutto, Manager, Designer

LGS Professional Development

The Laney Graduate School has many programs designed to help students across campus grow in their professional development and explore career options.  To learn more, please visit the LGS Professional Development website.