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Three SOS students, Alexa Gannon (Biology ’18), Ryan James (Biology ’18), and Tania Rodriguez Cintora (Biochem ’19), attended the American Society for Cell Biology and European Molecular Biology Organization 2017 Joint Meeting in Philadelphia, PA with their mentor, Dr. Burgess.  They presented their research in two poster sessions, attended Symposia and Workshops on topics ranging from ‘Cell Biology of Neurons’, ‘CRISPR-based Editing and Tracking the Genome’, to ‘Getting into Graduate School: The Do’s, The Don’ts, and the What If’s,’ as well as networking with leading scientists in a variety of disciplines.

        

Biology alumna, Sergut Admasu, was recently hired as a Research Administrative Coordinator at the University of Maryland Midtown campus.  Following her bachelor's in biology, Admasu went on to get her Master's in healthcare management.  Congratulations Sergut!

                  

Since receiving a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science from Stevenson in 2016, Peter Hoblitzell (shown here on a recent trip to Yosemite), has gone on to join the Baltimore-based Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning firm, Mahan Rykiel Associates Inc....Click here to read more.

    

Sophomore Darell Bolding spent the summer at Cooper Medical School, at Rowan University in NJ, participating in the Pulse program (Pre Medical Urban Leaders Summer Enrichment program). ...Click here to read more.

   

Junior linebacker Ashton Leschke of the Stevenson University football team was named the ECAC Division III South Defensive Player of the Week on Tuesday. ...

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