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Rural Medicine: Go Small to Win Big

Walking into a four-bed emergency department for the first time, I was greeted with an ambulance call. The paramedic excitedly reported two people were ejected from a vehicle and in critical condition – ETA 10 minutes. As I turned to greet …

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My experience working with CAR-T Cell Therapy

Michael Wang, COL ’24, Powell, OH

This summer, I had the incredible opportunity to work at the Ruella Lab at the Center for Cellular Immunotherapies, which focuses on the study of mechanisms of relapse after chimeric antigen receptor T cell …

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The Power of a Fruit Fly

Hayle Kim, COL ’25, Knoxville, TN

I began working in the Kayser Lab in November of my freshman year as a work-study student, hoping to explore my curiosity of sleep through research. As a full time research assistant this summer, …

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4 Things to Do Over Winter Break (that all start with the letter R)

As the semester winds down and people’s schedules free up, we get a lot of students asking what they can do over winter break to stay productive for their internship or job search. Here are some of our common suggestions:

By Natty Leach
Natty Leach Senior Associate Director, Wharton Undergrad / Co-host, CS Radio
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An Eventful Summer in the Department of Justice

Adalyn Richards, COL ’23, Denver, CO

This summer, I worked in the Human Rights and Special Prosecutions Section (HRSP) of the Criminal Division of the U.S. Department of Justice. As an undergraduate intern, I conducted background research on cases in …

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