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Week 5: Fiedorowicz Lab, Carver College of Medicine

Mary Willis ’15, Davis Fellow in Psychiatry What an incredible week! I keep thinking “okay, this was definitely the best week,” but then it keeps getting better and better. Everyone that I work with is just awesome, and so professional and helpful to me. I can’t thank them enough. I don’t know how I’m going […] Read More

Week 7: Spence Laboratories, University of Iowa

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Eli Wade-Scott, United Way of East Central Iowa  

Research on homelessness in Linn County, Spring ‘10 

Frances Dixon, Riverside Casino and Golf Resort  

Working with the accounting department, Summer ‘09 

Kasun Wijegunawardana, D. L. & F. De Saram Attorneys-at-Law  

Researching on legal topics in Sri Lanka, Summer ‘09 

Kait Wiszt, Teacher Created Materials  

Editing and product development of educational materials, Summer ‘09 

Chelsea Korpanty, The Field Museum  

Assisting the collections manager of paleobotany, Spring ‘10 

Olga Vovk, Teacher Created Materials  

Shadowed in the accounting department, Fall ‘10 

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