“I liked how about 20 people got together and brainstormed on the latest questions in the field to try to make progress. I liked the level of the discussion, as it was made accessible to all the participants. It was the most intellectually satisfying workshop that I have ever attended.�”
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Also note the Diversity link to the left to learn more about how ACP strives to include under-represented groups. The ACP Diversity Committee actively promotes use of best practices in the Center's governance and scientific activities.
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