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Byline: Mary Jarvis

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Grants help students take unpaid internships

Twenty-two Arts & Sciences students were able to afford unpaid internships with a new grant.

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Chemistry undergrad spends summer studying signaling pathways

Michael Disare ’17 spent the summer as one of five undergrad researchers in Cornell’s Aye Lab, working with methods that are completely novel.

Disare and his colleagues at the lab work on studying signaling pathways in cells, and how specific molecules, like oxidants, affect those pathways. 

“It’s the crossroads between chemistry and biology,” he says. “It’s almost like using chemistry as a tool for studying biology.”

Ruby Rhoden

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Prefreshman Summer Program preps students

Ruby Rhoden ’17 expected her arrival at Cornell would be like landing on a new planet, with everything from the social environment to the academics substantially different from where she came from.

The sunrise from space

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And we have lift-off

Physics major helps space tourism company get off the ground.

Naomi Gendler

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Undergrads from across country visit for summer research

Among them was Naomi Gendler, a senior at Reed College in Portland, Oregon. In a few minutes, Gendler summarized her project, “Analysis of Methods to Excite Head-Tail Motion of Bunches within the Cornell Electron Storage Ring.” Her research could help improve the stability of electron beams in particle accelerators.

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Department outreach fuels passion for math

For many teenagers, math is just a necessary component of earning a high school diploma. For others, though, math is a passion, a destination in itself.