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The poems of Miriam Hyman '21 find the otherworldly in nature.
Molecular biology major Imani Rucker ’23 digs deeper into the sciences.
Environmental studies major Jayne Gelman ’22 is drawn toward the light of a career in solar energy development.
Izzie Meneguzzi ’22 focuses her Summer Science research on how misleading photo editing affects self esteem.
Hoskins Frame Summer Science Writing Scholars examine the connections between the humanities and sciences.
Physics major Ryn Grutkoski ’21 wins a coveted NSF grant, allowing them to continue their research into the origins and development of the universe.
How a biology major came to Gambier from Nigeria to engage with the world.
How a nature lover from New Hampshire connected her interests in science and writing to tell stories about the world.
Biologist Iris Levin forges connections with nearby farmers to study the behavior of birds nesting in local barns.
“Working together we not only slow transmission, but undermine the virus’ own resilience mechanism.”