In the process of conducting research on bacteria in Great Bay oysters, Audrey got used to being covered in estuarine mud, but she also found a field she felt passionate about: ecohealth.
Conditions in greenhouses can be so ideal that plants sometimes suffer from soft growth: excessively long stems, a tendency to fall over, and floppy leaves. Dan researched the use of physical stress as a way to discourage soft growth.
Carolyn traveled to Ghana to study how occupational therapists could support engagement in daily life activities for individuals living with sickle cell disease.
Drawing from his passion for Russian literature, Christian examines the similarities between Leo Tolstoy’s writings and those of American author James Cooper.
Inspired by the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, Alexandria evaluated drinking water treatment options for Bethlehem, New Hampshire.
Courtney fulfilled a childhood dream by traveling to Africa to study lions, and she returned with a greater understanding of how to conserve this threatened species.
Inspired by the potential of microfinance to reduce poverty, Gina went to the Philippines to study ways to provide business development services to microentrepreneurs.
Andrew combined his passions for philosophy and economics by conducting research on artificial intelligence at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom.