"The first night ... I was apprehensive, because I had never had the chance to talk to kids in their situations before."
What happens when a course takes its students out of the classroom and into the community?
"You would have thought they won the lottery for how excited they were! I could clearly see how foreign success felt to them."
SAU class and workshop explore the benefits of medical clowning
She'd love to be on Broadway but for now, Madison will double major in psychology and biology.
SAU senior one of 35 national winners of $6,000 scholarship
There were two ways Matt Strub could have spent the summer before his senior year of college—far, far away from the confines of the cement brick buildings of academia, sleeping in, luxuriating by a pool and hanging out with friends. Or in an air-conditioned classroom conducting hours upon hours of research.
Research-engaged undergrads are evaluating various effects on physical balance, developing a virtual and robotic model of a hand—and finding turtles.