The second year UUGPGC students traveled to Columbus, Ohio, to attend the National Society of Genetic Counselors 36th Annual Education Conference last September.  Our students enjoyed opportunities to learn about the latest innovations and developments in the genetic counseling profession as well as network with colleagues and friends, expand their knowledge of professional issues, pursue opportunities for professional development, and learn of career options available after graduation.  One of our students was privileged to also present her UUGPGC research project on the Impact of Gene Penetrance on Communication and Educational Preferences of Individuals with Lynch Syndrome and their Family Members, as a poster during the meeting.