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Alyssa Bley may not be your typical scientist. But what is a typical scientist? “I feel a little insecure at times about science,” Bley said.
Katrina Lyon thought she might end up just cleaning test tubes when she signed up as an undergraduate to work in a scientific research lab at Montana State University. Instead, she’s been working on real research to find out if black raspberries can help fight stomach cancer.
Most college students have apps on their phones. You might see Snapchat, Instagram or TikTok on a typical student’s phone. Three biology sophomores at Delaware Valley University are using something a little different. They’re sharing plant science data with a global network of scientists using an app.​
Since 2009, Dr. Joanne Murphy, associate professor of classical studies and principal investigator for the Mellon-funded Transforming the Humanities initiative, has guided UNCG students like Michael Bell through six-week professional internships at an archaeological field school on the Greek island of Kea.
Through more than 7,000 miles of travel together, Sophie Partington ’21 and Laura DeMassa ’21 have gone from friends in French class to roommates in Italy and research partners in France.
Southwestern music literature major Katiebeth Brandt ’19 helps resurrect the long-archived manuscripts of composer Florence B. Price.
Two students who helped launch a research project focused on how a solar eclipse affects the upper atmosphere recently leveraged their experiences to score internships with Airbus and Rockwell Collins (now Collins Aerospace).
Two University of Alabama at Birmingham students tied for first place for the Best Poster by an International Student at the 2019 Australasian Conference of Undergraduate Research. Kenneth Davis and Kerri Tang presented their posters at the conference in October and received a cash prize.
Ken Iiyoshi, Ruth Gebremedhin, and Mahrukh Tauseef are good friends at New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD). Interested in robot-assisted surgery, they formed an electrical and computer engineering capstone project team under Professor Mohamad Eid’s mentorship. Professor Eid specializes in haptics — developing devices that detects and produces human touch. Ruth and Ken were inspired by Professor Eid’s work during their internship at his Applied Interactive Multimedia Lab in the summer of 2018.​
Joseph Taylor is helping NASA learn how to grow vegetables in space to feed astronauts journeying to the moon and Mars.
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