Isaiah Cochran, senior biology pre-medical major, obtained a Research Experience for Undergraduates at Harvard University, focusing on autism spectrum disorder in the summer of 2014. Cochran was also elected to American Medical Student Association’s (AMSA) Global Health Chair in the spring of 2015.
Dr. Bryan Hamilton, professor of biology, took a group of students to the American Medical Student Association (AMSA) National Convention in Washington, D.C., from Feb. 27 to March 1, 2015.
Michelle Hopkins, junior environmental science major, conducted an Environmental Protection Agency stream assessment summer internship in the summer of 2014.
Derrion May, junior marine biology major, completed an internship with Clemson Camp Sewee program as a Marine Science instructor/counselor in the summer of 2014.
Catelynn Pagone, junior forensic science major, completed an internship at Pittsburgh Zoo/Aquarium in the summer of 2014.
Dr. Janet Paladino, associate professor of biology, and Quincy Hathaway, senior environmental science major, were guests of the Greene County Conservation District in November 2014 for their project, “The Use of the Ames Assay to Detect Adverse Biological Effects Resulting from Exposure to By-Products of the Coal and Natural Gas Industries.” Hathaway also studied nanotechnology through a Research Experience for Undergraduates at West Virginia University in the summer of 2014.
Dr. Wayne Rossiter, assistant professor of biology, was a speaker at the 2014 Momentum Conference for Teens for Christ in July. Dr. Rossiter also signed a contract to become an editorial subject chief for the Journal of Coastal Life Medicine in December of 2014.
Marietta Wright, assistant professor of biology, received the 2015 Lucas-Hathaway Teaching Excellence Award for a faculty member with teaching excellence in introductory subject.