Traveling to the University of Sydney is not the first time that Alan Tsai, a biology and seven-year optometry student, jetted off to the South Pacific.
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Mendelian genetics have leapt out of the textbooks and into the halls of the Biology Building at The College of New Jersey, where four sisters are pursuing the same dream: a career in the sciences. In the Mansoor family, a passion for science and a diploma from TCNJ go hand-in-hand.
Australia, Kenya, Germany, New Zealand, Italy, England, Jordan, Argentina and Chile are just a small sampling of the international locations School of Science globetrotters have called home.
Martinez says he is inspired by the example of Paul Farmer and others who approach public health not only from a medical perspective, but also from a sociological one. In search of this balance, Martinez splits his time between research in the chemistry lab and anthropological fieldwork in the Trenton area.
A senior Chemistry and Math double major, Urban says she flirted with the idea of attending culinary school until she fell in love with mathematics and chemistry her junior year of high school.
You have probably seen her around the Science Complex – headphones on her ears, running sneakers dangling from her backpack and a big smile on her face. Friends joke that Elizabeth “Biz” Egan lives in the Mathematics Department, and based on the amount of time she spends there, it’s not far from the truth.
Jessica Kafer ’10, a biology major with minors in chemistry and anthropology, combined her loves of biology research and community service when she studied abroad in Kenya through the School for Field Studies (SFS).
A full-time undergraduate researcher at the University of Medicine & Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ); a volunteer at Mercer County Correctional Center; a health clinic volunteer in Peru—these may sound like the accomplishments of three different people, but one ambitious student, Michelle Cornacchia ’09, achieved them all in one summer.
When Julie Ann Howlett ’09 realized she had missed the deadline to apply to study abroad this past summer, she knew she would have to think outside the box to find a rewarding academic experience that offered at least the feel of being in an exotic locale.
Siobhan Sabino is a jack of all trades — writer, photographer, Harry Potter aficionada, web designer, French linguist, and history buff. But it was love at first Google the day her family home hooked into the Internet, thus commencing her love affair with computers.