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“We just have a deeper understanding of the cyclical nature of things, being able to understand that we can’t separate ourselves from our consumption, and that’s made students a lot more grateful of what we’re trying to do, regardless of your degree plan.”
— Ryn McCall ’20
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Where were you born? I was born in Mt Vernon, Ohio and lived there until I left for college at The University of Akron when I was 19. Where did you grow up? I grew up in Mt Vernon too. It was a very blue-collar town of 15-20,000 people while I lived there 1966-1985....
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Real-World Student Work Experiences
Modeling Mosaics of Benthic Community Composition: Jones ’22 – NSF REU at the Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciencesby Emma Sue Jones on October 7, 2022
Currently stationed at the Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences (BIOS Station) in St. George’s, Bermuda, I am on co-op fulfilling a position as a research assistant intern completing a “research experience for undergraduates”—also known as an REU—through the National Science Foundation. I am working under
3,000 Miles of Gardening: McGilvery ’23 at Tandana in Ecuadorby Alexis McGilvery on October 7, 2022
I cannot believe it has been 3 years. Three years since I first walked onto campus as a bushy-eyed freshman ready to take over. I was determined to travel and now I am here… This co-op to Ecuador is the combination of goals that I
A Pilgrimage of Sustainability: Dynan ’25 at Earthship Biotectureby Dan Dynan on April 18, 2022
Just Because a Door is Closed, Doesn’t Mean it Won’t Open.Returning to school as an older student is a challenging endeavor. Often, since the conventional pathway and typical arc of life flow from high school directly to college, by the time someone may decide to