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Frontiers Student Stories
VIPER scholar David Lim, C’16, E’16, is looking for ways to make computers work better.
Susan Ahlborn; Video by Loraine Terrell
Ph.D. student Liz Lastra’s website lets you virtually visit historic churches in Spain.
Ashlin Oglesby-Neal, political science and criminology major, immerses herself in the culture of San Juan La Laguna.
Ruby O’Lexy, biology graduate student, is studying how plants deal with agricultural stresses like heavy metal toxicity.
Organizational Dynamics student Erinn Carey blogged about gender equality, health care, and the idea of "lagom."
Helena von Nagy, C’18, travels to London to study Shakespeare.
Economics Ph.D. candidate Yanhao Wei is researching the concept of "social credit scoring."
History of Art doctoral candidate Heather Hughes is using the Dreesmann Fellowship at Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum to study 17th-century costume prints—and get a head start on curating.
Dee Luo, C'16, pushes the limits of personalized medicine.
Blake Cole, with Dee Luo
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