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Frontiers Student Stories
Rutendo Chigora, C’15, talks about her plans and her social venture in Zimbabwe.
Graduate student Beatrice Markiewicz is using novel techniques to disassemble the amyloid proteins responsible for diseases like Alzheimer’s.
Undergraduate Benjamin Fogel examines the effectiveness of the United Nations’ efforts.
Blake Cole and Manda McElrath
The Center for Africana Studies Summer Institute for Pre-Freshmen opens minds—and doors.
Assistant Professor Margaret Bruchac is building an interdisciplinary program on long-term strengths.
Graduate student Brandon Hedrick is using statistics to show how dinosaurs looked, moved, and evolved.
Assistant Professor of Physics and Astronomy Cullen Blake searches for earth-like planets.
Graduate student Valerio Bacak gathers evidence for better criminal justice penalties.
Undergraduate Leah Davidson uses the visual arts to energize environmentalism.
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