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- 07/21/15--06:32: 2015 Hauber Summer Research Fellow: Alex Verschoore
- 04/22/16--09:59: Robotics Club Mini-Sumo Competition (Spring 2016)
- 10/21/16--10:27: Could Surgery Experience Abroad be HIP?
- 10/04/17--06:24: John Warner and Green Chemistry
- 03/23/18--05:59: UIF Silicon Valley Meetup 2018 Recap
- 12/03/18--13:07: Physics Professor shares view on Science in America
Christian Lopez-Ashby is a Biology and Writing double major from San Juan, Puerto Rico. This piece was written for WR 301: Writing about Science (SP2015) taught by Dr. Terre Ryan, Assistant Professor of Writing at Loyola University Maryland. Lynx Amongst … Continue reading
“Zach Pociask, ’16, is a German-Writing double major. This piece was written for WR 301: Writing about Science (SP2015) taught by Dr. Terre Ryan, Assistant Professor of Writing at Loyola University Maryland. In this course, Zach read and wrote extensively on … Continue reading
Junior student Alex Verschoore (Loyola Class of 2016) works on his summer research project as a Hauber fellow. Alex’s research involves the implementation of a compressive sensing algorithm on the ZedBoard, a state-of-the-art field programmable gate array (FPGA) from … Continue reading
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Feb. 2, 2016 by Stephanie Weaver Loyola University Maryland’s programs in natural and applied sciences present the 2016 Grand Seminar featuring a lecture by Bonnie Bassler, Ph.D., Squibb Professor in Molecular Biology and chair of the department of molecular … Continue reading
During the Celebration of Science week (April 11-15) there were number of activities in addition to the Grand Seminar event in our campus all focusing on science and how it is connected to the our word. This produced the opportunity … Continue reading
How could surgery experience be HIP? The National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) has identified the High Impact Practices (HIPs) as; learning community, community-based project (service-learning), undergraduate research, co-op, internship, field experience, student teaching, clinical placement, study abroad, and culminating … Continue reading
By Meghan Reynolds, Engineering major, 2017 UIF Around the time I entered fourth grade the fictional worlds of princesses, jungles, and schoolhouses started to fade away. I no longer spent my days pretending to be a mom or a mermaid … Continue reading
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Contributed by Courtney Hastings, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Chemistry at Loyola University Maryland This fall, Loyola will welcome Dr. John Warner to campus as the 2017 Grand Seminar speaker. Dr. Warner is a pioneer in the field of Green Chemistry, and … Continue reading
The University Innovation Fellows (UIFs) program is a program run through d.school at Stanford. The UIF website states that “We believe students can change the world.” Their goal is to empower students to become leaders of change in higher education. … Continue reading
Loyola University Maryland Physics Professor Joe Ganem’s op-ed “America’s Love-Hate Relationship with Science” published in Scientific American explores the paradox of corporate and political America’s attack on science and simultaneous push for STEM education. Dr. Ganem writes, “Given their [political and … Continue reading
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