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Nathan Redding Invited to Summit

Ph.D. student Nathan Redding (advisor: Christina Wells)  has been invited to participate in the 2015 U.S. Borlaug Summer Institute on Global Food Security (all expenses paid). 112 more words


Christie Sampson's Human-Elephant Conflict Exhibit at the Smithsonian

Throughout Asia, agricultural development and expansion have disrupted habitats that support elephants in the tropics. This has resulted in increasing human-elephant conflict as the two try to live side by side in a changing landscape. 156 more words


3MT Winners

Three-Minute Thesis Competition Winners

Topics ranging from the shape of supernova explosions in space to ways of making sure older South Carolinians get nutritious meals were on display at the recent Graduate Research and Discovery Symposium (GRADS) and the 3-Minute Thesis competition.

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Making The Most of an Internship 

You just landed a one-week internship at a company you respect. It isn’t long, and it isn’t paid, as any number of your classmates has pointed out. 580 more words


Michael Carlo Receives NSF Fellowship

Mike submitted a grant application to the National Science Foundation for this fellowship last fall. Of 16,500 applicants, 2000 awards were given. The fellowship stipend is $34,000/year for three years. 119 more words


Columbia University Giveaway

*Free Swag Alert*

Binder is GIVING away College Survival Kits at Columbia University on April 16th. 154 more words


Business Essentials: A Primary on Printing Processes and Paper

One should consider his or her paper as he or she would consider any wardrobe piece: with thoughtful attention to detail, quality and style. From our… 30 more words