Pete Zimmerman knows first-hand the value of research and impact it can have on the world. Throughout his career, the professor of international health, biology and genetics has worked toward the prevention of malaria
Senior Imani Scruggs is a product of alchemy. No, not the medieval chemical science. Rather Alchemy Inc., a mentoring program for adolescent black males in Akron.
The program, founded by Scruggs’ father, Kwame, provides positive
Early in life, senior Stephanie Hippo’s parents gave her sound advice: “You can complain about something, but until you do something about it, you’re just part of the problem.” Two years ago, Hippo encountered
Almost immediately after he joined the Student National Medical Association (SNMA), DaShawn Hickman knew he wanted to help lead it.
Four years later, he’s getting that opportunity. In January, the dual MD-PhD biomedical engineering student
Ever since she was young, Adithy Nagarajan has had a mind geared toward engineering.
Growing up in New Berlin, Wis., she loved visiting interactive science museums. She could always be found at the exhibits that
Faculty members Anna Samia and Clemens Burda have built careers on chemistry—and a life on the chemistry they feel toward each other.
Burda and Samia met at Georgia Institute of Technology in 1999. Both were
This semester, Chris Bohan, visiting assistant professor of theater, is teaching a SAGES course on theater criticism. The first subject? Slowgirl—a two-person play co-starring Bohan at the Dobama Theater in Cleveland Heights.
The performance, which