Congratulations to biology major Neill Baker! He was named Volunteer of the Month for August at Irvine Nature Center. Neill has been completing his internship capstone as a naturalist at the center this summer and kept very busy with many educational and convservation projects. The staff at Irvine had wonderful things to say about Neill. Read the whole story here -
The Department of Biological Sciences welcomes its newest faculty member - Dr. Rebecca Burgess! Dr. Burgess comes to SU from a postdoctoral fellowship at the National Cancer Institute. She earned her Bachelors degree in Biology from Cornell University and went on to earn two Masters degrees and her doctorate from Columbia University's Department of Biological Sciences. Her research will focus on the molecular mechanisms that govern chromatin changes during cells' responses to DNA damage. Dr. Burgess arrived on July 1st and has already begun setting up her research program to be ready to welcome her first research students in the fall. Welcome!...Click here to read more.
Summer in the School of the Sciences is just as busy as the academic year! BS/MS student Madison Vida and Biology major Delaney Patterson are working all summer with the Project Lead the Way Biomedical Sciences program. The two are laboratory assistants and have responsibility for ensuring that all of the supplies and equipment needed are ready for use by the high school teachers who come from across the country to receive hands-on training in this national STEM curriculum. Both Madison and Delaney are former PLTW students themselves, so they know the value of this curriculum in preparing students for STEM majors and careers....Click here to read more.
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