The philosophy and psychology major is interning the summer with AR Proformance, working to expand access to high-quality squash coaching and analysis.
For her thesis, the religion major used an unconventional medium to analyze human connections, hierarchical structures, and activism through the lens of dancing styles.
An artistic kinship with Professor Emeritus of Music Curt Cacioppo colors the classical pianist's albums and performances, including a recent recital at Carnegie Hall, where he played the live premiere of the composer's “Hal’s Reprise.”
The biology major and environmental studies minor is researching and cataloging plants and insects with the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute.
For their theses, the psychology majors researched how children internalize prejudice
The prospective physics and chemistry double major is researching perovskite solar cell application and stability with Professor Alexander Norquist.
The classical languages major is heading to Washington University in St. Louis to continue his study of classics.
A Bi-Co couple is helping to bring their community together by sharing their love of theater.
The associate professor of religion will use the support to study the activism and religious development of writer Grace Lee Boggs in Detroit this summer.
The philosophy major and German and German studies minor is pursuing a Ph.D. in philosophy at DePaul University.
The recent NYU Shanghai global writing and speaking fellow will teach English in Hualien as part of a new program designed to help Taiwan reach its goal of becoming a bilingual nation by 2030.