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Undergraduate Summer Research: Student Spotlight

“My favorite part about computer science and programming is that problem solving is so important. Nothing is better than when I finally break through the tough problem to get that ‘Eureka!’ moment.”

-- Anthony Fleck

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“The continued consumption of energy via unsafe fuels and insufficient structures is one of the biggest problems in the world today. My career goal is to chip away at that.”

-- Adam Kiolbassa

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“I want to combine my knowledge of the way the brain functions biologically with my knowledge of motives and drives and the basics of human behavior, to one day study neurodegenerative disorders like multiple sclerosis, Huntington’s, and Parkinson’s.”

-- Sydney Lamarand

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“I gained a unique insight into the design of nuclear reactors and learned the value of the safe operation of them.”

-- William Limestall

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“There is a lot of competition, but if you stand out, you stand out.”

-- Shreyas Moudgalya

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“I learned not only the cellular functions that go awry in this disease, but also patience and critical thinking skills that are needed to be an impactful researcher and future physician.”

-- Evelyn Thomas

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“Ever since I took chemistry classes in high school, I knew my life would revolve around chemistry. I am fascinated by how observations of miniscule particles could explain almost all major phenomena in the universe.”

-- Akalanka Tennakoon

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