WHAT THEY LEARNED: Kaziah White ’16

WHAT THEY LEARNED: Kaziah White ’16

The anthropology major’s passion for reproductive justice and interest in oral history informed her thesis, which gathers stories from abortion care providers.

WHAT THEY LEARNED: Divya Shiv ’16

WHAT THEY LEARNED: Divya Shiv ’16

The English and psychology double major wrote two theses: one on The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy and another on cultural differences in social support.

WHAT THEY LEARNED: Nora Weathers ’16

WHAT THEY LEARNED: Nora Weathers ’16

Inspired by a topic from her Superlab course, the chemistry major and environmental studies minor researched the long-term reservoirs of pesticide DDT—which has been banned for almost 50 years in the U.S.—in salt marsh sediment.

Where They’re Headed: Alana Thurston ’16

Where They’re Headed: Alana Thurston ’16

After she finishes her six-week ecological field and lab work at the Toolik Lake field station in Alaska, Alana Thurston ‘16 will become a laboratory and field technician at Drexel University’s Patrick Center for Environmental Research.