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BSD Graduate Programs Video

Thank you to all the faculty and graduate students who helped create this video on the BSD Graduate Programs.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hq3_Id3dDPQ&...


Ayse Tenger-Trolander develops research on monarch butterfly migration

Ayse Tenger-Trolander, graduate student in Ecology and Evolution, working with Associate Professor Marcus Kronforst (Ecology and Evolution), has been studying the differences in the migration patterns of monarch butterflies between those raised in the wild and those raised in captivity.

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Ryan Duncombe works to combat Great Lakes flooding

Graduate student Ryan Duncombe, Committee on Immunology, co-wrote this article on policy to combat Great Lakes flooding in response to climate change:

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Autumn internships from myCHOICE now open including new Science and Social Justice internship

myCHOICE, our career exposure and opportunity program, has 14 part-time internships available for the fall covering a wide range of career opportunities, ranging from biotechnology analyst...


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Katie Aracena named 2020 HHMI Gilliam Fellow

Katie Aracena (Human Genetics) is a 2020 HHMI Gilliam Fellow. The Gilliam...


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Congratulations to PhD Graduates

We here congratulate all of our 2019-20 PhD graduates from the BSD.  Each has attained the highest degree awarded, and some have had their extraordinary accomplishments acknowledged through the award of their program's prize for contributions to their field.  Simone Rauch’s outstanding thesis...


Quantitative analysis reveals unequal impact of COVID-19

Neil Sheth, a graduate student in the Interdisciplinary Scientist Training Program, examined the unequal impact of COVID-19 on different communities within large cities.  “A quantitative analysis reveals that the Covid-19 pandemic has had a greater impact on [Chicago and New York] communities...

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