Meet Science Students



Neuroscience students Jamie Honohan '13 and a co-researcher, Becca Markson '13, worked with Professor Joe Schroeder and two other students, Science Leader Gabriela Lopez '15 and Katrina Bantis '15 to show that Oreos are just as addictive as drugs in rats. 

Libby Maret '12: Combining her Japanese language training ability and love of physics, went to Japan to spend a year studying ultrafast physics at Tsukuba University under a Fulbright Research Fellowship.

Kristiane Huber '11: Her passion for climate justice took her all the way to Tuvalu, Polynesia.

Brigid O'Gorman '11: The women's ice hockey team captain and an aspiring physician, she traveled to Uganda as a Davis Projects for Peace winner.

Xuefeng "Nick" Peng '10: He's pursuing a Ph.D. in geosciences at Princeton University.

Carra Cheslin '11: An environmental studies major, she represented New England youth at the UN climate change negotiations in Cancun.

Aijen Joshi '12: This computer science major and Arts & Tech scholar researches motion capture.

Erick Argueta '12: A biochemistry major, he's the College's first Science Leader to receive a national chemistry award to pursue his own unique research project in Scotland.

Laura Frawley '10: This biological sciences major won a Goldwater scholarship and NSF graduate research fellowship for oncological research.

Christopher Krupenye '11 and Kelsey Taylor '11: Both students won Goldwater scholarships to pursue their scientific careers in biological anthropology and biochemistry, respectively.

Emily Conrad '11: An environmental studies and film studies major, she produced a film to document a 300-mile bike ride to raise awareness of the dangers of climate change.

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