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Biette, a Spring 2013 graduate with a BS in Cell and Molecular Biology, was
named one of the three Western Athletic Conference (WAC) Women of 2013.
The WAC press release cited her four years as a letter-winner in
volleyball, team captain as a senior, 2012 Academic All-WAC, her presentations
at national research conferences, member of the SU Student-Athlete Advisory
Council (SAAC) and SU representative to the WAC, as well as participation in a
numerous service programs. She is currently pursuing her PhD in the
Biological and Biomedical Sciences Program at Harvard University. For a full article on Biette by the Seattle University Magazine, click here.
addition to her outstanding undergraduate research work and academic
honors, Biette (pictured above) served as team captain of the Redhawks
volleyball team, and as president of the Student-Athlete Advisor
Goertz, a Spring 2013 graduate with a double major of a BS in Cell and
Molecular Biology and a BS in Physics, is enrolled as a doctoral candidate in
the Bioengineering Department at the University of Maryland. He was
awarded the UMD Fischell Fellowship, given to one incoming bioengineering
student each year, which is good for five years and comes with a 25% raise over
the standard graduate fellowship.
Above, John Berude, who graduated with a BS in Cell and Molecular Biology,
was the winner of the 2013 John Ju award for Outstanding Science
graduate at SU. Pictured here at Mount St. Helens.
Several faculty and students of the Biology Department attended
the annual Murdock Charitable Trust Undergraduate Research Regional Conference
at Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon in November 2013. During
the meeting, Jazmine Richter, a Biology senior who works with Dr. Brett Kaiser,
a Biology Department faculty member, gave a presentation on her research,
entitled, "Turning selfish proteins into programmable
genome editors." In addition, an award for the
Murdock Poster Prize in Molecular and Cell Biology at the conference was given
to Jacqueline Wallis, Dana Emerson, and Cooper Hayes, who work with Dr. Carolyn
Students Jacqueline Wallis, Dana Emerson, and Cooper Hayes at Murdock Charitable Trust Undergraduate Research Regional Conference at Lewis and Clark College.
To learn more about the Biology department click here!
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