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Seeking a Clearer Picture of an Elusive Enzyme

A new technology offers researchers the chance to decode the structural makeup of methane’s conversion to methanol.

Jason and Rahul
Jason Jones (pictured left) and Dr. Rahul Banerjee (pictured right) at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center

Opting Outside

GreenCorps Member Tillery Bailey helps students develop an interest in the natural world at Cedar Creek.

Tillery Bailey

Filling the gap

Reme Abulu looks to medicine as a way to deal with disparities and representation in healthcare.

Reme Abulu

Reme Abulu looks at disparities in our healthcare system and sees more than a list of problems to solve. For the College of Biological Sciences undergraduate and aspiring physician, some of these systemic issues are personal.

CBS People: Lamar Roberts

Lamar RobertsThis CBS newcomer left the corporate world to join the Student Services team to promote social justice and racial equity.

What is your role in CBS? What does it entail?

Early Exposure to Real Research

Maureen Quin is giving high school students a real-life laboratory experience.

AHA students in lab

Pictured above: Quin (right) poses with Academy of Holy Angel students who've been working in her lab.

Checking in With Dean Forbes -- February 2019

Welcome back! As we embark on spring semester I want to share a few updates with you. We’re in the thick of student recruitment season both at the undergraduate and graduate level. Prospective students are coming to campus to learn more about what we have to offer that is distinct from other institutions. The high caliber of research that happens here -- and by extension the research opportunities available to them -- is at the top of the list.