After interning as a plant science scholar, Liza Antonelli ’21 has a very different idea about what it means to be a serious scientist.
In order to truly care for people, we need to work on fighting climate change while also helping people who are impacted by it,” says Christine Seibert ’18, local coordinator for a Maine-based nonprofit that produces affordable window-inserts to protect homes from chilly drafts in colder months
Dr. John E. Harris ’98 receives the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers, the highest honor bestowed by the U.S. Government to outstanding scientists and engineers beginning their independent research careers.
In February, Mindy Hofsass ’04 locked eyes with a curious humpback whale calf through her snorkel mask in the open ocean of the Silver Bank Marine Mammal Sanctuary just 80 miles off the coast of the Dominican Republic.
Legend has it that a squirrel could travel from Georgia to Maine on nothing but the branches of American chestnut trees without ever touching the ground.