WHAT THEY LEARNED: Matt Johnson ’14

WHAT THEY LEARNED: Matt Johnson ’14

If you’re not a chemistry major, like Matt Johnson was, the title of his senior thesis, “Probing the interactions of acyl carrier proteins using vibrational spectroscopy,” might be difficult to understand. But his research actually has tangible real-world...
WHAT THEY LEARNED: Katie Ulrich ’14

WHAT THEY LEARNED: Katie Ulrich ’14

Katie Ulrich traveled far from Haverford’s campus to conduct the research for her senior thesis, “Problematizing the Future: Brazil, Biofuels, and Basic Science.” The anthropology and biology double major, who also did a concentration in Peace, Justice, and Human...
WHAT THEY LEARNED: Robert Brooks ’14

WHAT THEY LEARNED: Robert Brooks ’14

Robert Brooks is looking toward a career in healthcare and will be attending medical school under the auspices of the U.S. Air Force. But his desire to help people through science was partially inspired by his senior research on C. elegans, a worm model organism. “I’d...
Where They’re Headed: Minna Yoshikawa ’14

Where They’re Headed: Minna Yoshikawa ’14

For Minna Yoshikawa ’14, working in public health is a way to combine her interests in the humanities and natural sciences. Since graduating from Haverford, she has been working at the New York AIDS Institute, which is part of the state’s Department of Health. The...
Where They’re Headed: Daniel Barton ’14

Where They’re Headed: Daniel Barton ’14

    Computer science major Daniel Barton ’14 went straight from Commencement to a job with Garmin as a Software Engineer. As part of the company’s Hardware Integration Team in Olathe, Kansas, Barton will be spending most of his time working on building...