Ciera Jones '13 will travel to Cambodia after graduation to continue research on sex slavery and trafficking.
Erica Tracey and Brenna Norton-Baker were selected from among more than 1,100 applicants nationwide.
The first students with a B.A. or B.S. in public health will graduate May 11, along with the first B.S. in exercise science graduates.
Michael Owens will accompany veterans to the WWII Memorial as part of a book telling on local veteran's story.
Mapping details geologic deposition and landscape formations off the South Carolina coast.
Chloe Tonney '84 will speak to the more than 130 graduates and guests.
Vanessa Bezy (marine biology) was just awarded an NSF grant to study mass nesting sea turtle behavior.
Professors Jen Wright (psychology) and Thomas Nadelhoffer (philosophy) will lead an international team.
The team topped others from universities with dedicated career paths in cybersecurity.
Brittany Itelia Johnson '11 will use the research fellowship to improve usability of program analysis tools.