Award for the second that Melissa Carr '05 received in April. Alumna Susan Sine '90 received the Red Apple.
Roanoke College enjoys a proud tradition of excellence in science that extends from the latter part of the 19th century to the present.
“Throughout all my studies, history hasn't been as much fun as tonight,” Karim said. “It's firsthand experience hearing it from him and these people. This is just amazing.”
Samantha Strickland '08 has not only given herself a competitive edge on her graduate school applications, but also developed some ideas about what areas of research she might pursue later in her career.
Southers explores treatments for cardiovascular, metabolic and endocrine diseases
Crime investigation shows likes CSI, Law and Order, and Without a Trace will be a classroom and laboratory experience taught by Dr. Benjamin Huddle
Student researchers are given full control of the experiment, with Addington monitoring from the sidelines.
“Because of my Proctor & Gamble experience, I can better convey to students what it’s like to conduct research in an industrial setting.”
“At Roanoke, first semester freshman use instruments that are available only to seniors or grad students at many other schools,” says Dr. Gail Steehler.
“This is going to put me at an advantage, not only for graduate school, but jobs, as I’ll be coming in with 3 years of research experience.”