Emily Rainey, AB Honors student, aims to empower women through research

Last summer (2018), Emily Rainey participated in WVU-INBRE research symposium https://ab.edu/news/alderson-broaddus-student-aims-to-empower-women-through-research/?fbclid=IwAR0-yuW9pudR2U8YIF5ObkULRPkPiLq7bciXWYVrkoqRqPNGhyrTscFN73k She also presented the results of her research during the Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol on February 26, 2019.  

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Morgan Winterbottom, an AB Silver Key student, experiences biomedical research through WV-INBRE

AB Silver Key student Morgan Winterbottom graduated in December 2018 with a degree in Biology and is now starting at the AB Physician Assistant Program. Congratulations, Morgan! Here is an article, written by AB Honors student Lora Owston, about Morgan’s research.https://ab.edu/news/ab-student-experiences-biomedical-research-through-wv-inbre/

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Spring 2019 Honors Course: Telling “Tails”

Spring 2019 Honors course Telling “Tails”: Human-Animal Studies  was taught  by Professor Kayla McKinney. In this course, students learned how humans have impacted and continue to impact animal lives and how animals have shaped human activity and understanding. For her research project in this class, Emily Rainey investigated Western and […]

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ACA Summit 2018-Taylor Wagner

On September 28-29, Dr. Rodimtseva and I traveled to Kingsport, TN for the Appalachian College Association Annual Summit 2018. I participated in an Honors Student Round-table along with students from various colleges in the Appalachian region. We discussed many things including leadership and community service projects. One thing worth mentioning […]

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