by Camila Ryder '13 | Posted on February 15, 2013
Roxanne Morris '15 (left) and Ariel Parker '15 showcased their findings on the universal stress protein in E. coli at one of the largest conferences for research in biomedical and behavioral science.
by Camila Ryder '13 | Posted on February 11, 2013
Yin Guan '13 is one of the students who recently interned in public schools in New York City and Boston, assisting teachers and tutoring students one-on-one.
by Erin Kelly | Posted on January 30, 2013
Lyson, who was in 5th grade when he discovered his first dinosaur, now studies the evolution of turtles at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History.
by Mariam Zakhary '13 | Posted on December 10, 2012
After helping Denver become the nation's first solar friendly community, Jessica Scott '00 (left) and Rebecca Cantwell '75 found they shared a Swarthmore connection.
Posted on November 26, 2012
Christiana Figueres '79 is the executive secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. She is also the founder of the non-profit Center for Sustainable Development of the Americas and received the Hero for the Planet award from National Geographic in 2001.
by Lorand Laskai '13 | Posted on October 15, 2012
Kogekar's award from the American Society for Microbiology will allow her to continue her research on the degrading properties of bacteria.
by Celina De León | Posted on October 3, 2012
Organized by biologist Amy Cheng Vollmer, this new monthly lecture series is intended for individuals with no formal science background.
By Sera Jeong '14 | Posted on August 22, 2012
Gonzalez's research this summer on the sexual interaction of fruit flies is part of an ongoing study of their courtship behavior and memory.
Posted on July 3, 2012
Laurie Raegan '79 discusses the shortcomings of modern medicine, offering the confucian therapy system of Wang Fengyi as an alternative that treats the causes of sickness instead of the symptoms.
As part of her work, Blair is traveling to Vietnam in search of primates called slow lorises.