October 30, 2018
Beginning in July 2019, Lehman Hall will house a student center solely dedicated to GSAS students.Read More
October 25, 2018
Maddy McFarland, a PhD student in Biological Sciences in Public Health, studies a parasite that is so good at hiding in our bodies that it can float in our cells, undetected, for decades at a time.Read More
October 24, 2018
Brandon Woods likes people. “I like being around people, I like talking to them,” the PhD candidate in biological and biomedical sciences says. Which is good because, as a resident advisor (RA) and wellness liaison in one of GSAS’s... Read More
October 23, 2018
This fall, the Richard A. and Susan F. Smith Campus Center (SCC) re-opened, new and improved. Here are some of the must-see features of the SCC and ways that graduate students can enjoy the space.Read More
October 22, 2018
How Silvia Cañas-Duarte uses systems biology to explain bacterial behavior.Read More
October 19, 2018
In their quest to build a tool that uses NV centers — atomic-scale impurities in diamonds — to sense the magnetic fields in everything from firing neurons to condensed-matter systems, the pair of PhD candidates from the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences have developed a method that can simultaneously detect magnetic fields in various directions.Read More
October 19, 2018
Krissy Lyon, PhD candidate in neuroscience, studies neurotransmitters and aggression.Read More
October 18, 2018
Selkies. Elves. Werewolves. Vampires. Mermaids. Human beings are obsessed with creatures that are a little bit human, a little bit animal, and maybe even a little bit dangerous.Read More
October 11, 2018
Citing their “exceptional creativity,” the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation has awarded three GSAS alumni with MacArthur Foundation Fellowships: Clifford Brangwynne, PhD ’07, applied physics; Kristina Olson, PhD ’08, psychology; and... Read More
October 9, 2018
Matt Smith’s life is full of acronyms. “My PI is part of OEB. And my grad program is MCO, which is based in MCB,” Smith recites. This proliferation of acronyms results from two factors: his graduate program, Molecules, Cells and Organism (MCO),... Read More

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