This summer, Verna Curfman ’17 (biology) joined forces with renowned scientist and transplant surgeon Dr. Stuart Knechtle of Duke University School of Medicine to understand why the human body sometimes rejects transplanted organs, despite desperately needing them. What… Read More
One summer, 8,500 miles: Nathalia Moran ’18 finds the overlap between her Rwanda Seminar experience and a Texas-based nonprofit internship.
When Josh McLaughlin ’17 found himself face down in snorkel gear and a dry suit, plucking mussels from the bed of the John Day River in Oregon, he wasn’t simply taking a mud bath.
English and secondary education double major Hannah Jang ’16 spent her summer out of her comfort zone but close to home. Well, her college home anyway.
Toussaint Williams ’18 is a double major in international affairs and communication arts, a Clarendon Scholar, and a leader of the Gordon Swing Dance Club (he offers this shameless plug: “Everyone should join.”). This summer, Toussaint jetted from his… Read More