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How AidData Students Work To Solve Real-World Problems

By Martin Pan ’20 What is China’s intent when it made development investments to other countries? Is China using “debt-trap diplomacy”? What sectors and

Rose, bud, thorn

Within a week of arriving at William & Mary, I learned the “rose-bud-thorn” exercise, often used  during reflection in classes and clubs. We’re a

My Social Distancing MVPs

The past ten days of my life could have come straight from a young adult novel. I’m still processing that classes will be online

How To Have A Healthy Relationship With Social Media

Social media has allowed society to become more connected than ever. Over three billion people around the world use social media to engage with others, access

Student Research on Previously Undiscovered Cloning Processes: Interview with Erin-Darby McClain

Student researcher: Erin-Darby McClain Lab professor: Dr. Jon Allen Department/topic: Biology/Marine ecology Participant as of: September 2019 Fun fact from research: “Mantis shrimp are

Finding Myself in a Foreign Place: Navigating Data, Politics, and Identity

By Matt Crittenden ’21 Summer Fellow Cohort 2019 CheckMySchool, Manila, Philippines Seventy-five days later and I can confidently navigate four connecting flights and 30+ hours

Gladiator Games over the James

The Gladstone Gladiators have spent the past two months dividing their time between geological field research in central Virginia and lab research in the

Coding for the Sustainable Development Goals in Rome – A Summer Fellow Internship

By Lauren Hobbs ’19 Walking into work on my first day, I stopped and stared at the United Nations flag waving above me, and

Internship Finish Line: What’s Next?

The Aspiring Scientist Summer Internship Program at George Mason University teaches students scientific writing, creative thinking, and specialized technologies. Workshops and Inventors’ Club provide