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The Baby Finally Cried

Honors nursing student Rachel Pruitt's first experience working in the maternity ward was an unforgettable one, her first birthing experience drama-filled and breathtaking...not least of all because both were in a hospital in Bolgatanga, Ghana. Thanks to an Honors...

Power Through Design

                    Thanks to an Honors College Short-Term Research Travel Grant, landscape architecture student Beau Burris took a design tour through Europe this summer, stopping in Milan, Geneva, Paris, Versailles...

A Change in Plans: Nest Hunting in Costa Rica

            Biology and philosophy double-major Savannah Seupaul spent time in Costa Rica this summer, collecting data for her honors thesis. She and her team hoped to collect nests from the yellow-olive flycatcher, to test them for...

Tourists Go Home

International studies/Latin American studies major Maeve Mitchell spent her spring semester abroad in Barcelona, Spain. Maeve knew about Barcelona’s reputation as a tourist destination, but only after she became a resident of the city did she begin to contemplate the negative effects of tourism, which she outlines here.

Characterizing K2: 5Qs for Sabrina Jones

Bodenhamer Fellow Sabrina Jones, a rising sophomore majoring in biology/biophysics and Spanish, has gotten a jump start on research. She published an article (as first author!) in the medical journal Xenobiotica her freshman year, based on summer research conducted at...