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Benjamin Fouch

Benjamin Fouch

The evidence is mounting: receiving a grant from the Nanovic Institute can lead to exciting opportunities! Benjamin Fouch ('17) is living proof. We awarded him an FYS Spring Break Travel and Research Grant…

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Alumni Spotlight: Catherine Reidy

Here at the Nanovic Institute, we award a lot of undergraduate grants, and we trust that our efforts bear fruit in the personal, academic, and professional lives of the students. It's always nice, though, to receive the sort of confirmation that we received the other day from Catherine Reidy ('13,...

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Peter Fink

Peter Fink

Peter Fink ('17) is an American Studies and Arts & Letters Pre-Health major who also happens to have Celiac Disease. Shortly after his diagnosis, Peter discovered that Ireland has one of the highest rates of Celiac Disease in the world, and that it is the current leader in tax relief...

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Ryan Schools

Ryan Schools

What can an engineer learn by traveling to Europe? Ryan Schools ('17), a Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering major, thought that he had a lot to learn from Icelandic models of sustainability and renewable energy, and he was right! As humanity strives to untangle and address global environmental change, Ryan recognized...

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Bry Martin

Bry Martin

Ever wonder what a bit of funding can do for a graduate student conducting research in Europe? Bry Martin, a doctoral candidate in the History department, knows exactly what it can do! Here he presents to us a tale of two research trips: one self-funded, and another funded by a...

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