Xiaolu (Lucy) Wang, Economics
Student Spotlight: Xiaolu (Lucy) Wang

Xiaolu (Lucy) Wang is a third-year Ph.D. student in economics studying innovation and intellectual property rights in healthcare markets.

Ann Bybee-Finley, Soil and Crop Sciences
Student Spotlight: Ann Bybee-Finley

A doctoral student in soil and crop sciences, Ann Bybee-Finley was recently named a 2017 Future Leader in Science by the American Society of Agronomy (ASA), Crop Science Society of America (CSSA) and Soil Science Society of America (SSSA).

Postdoc Louisa Smieska
Postdoc Spotlight: Louisa Smieska

Louisa Smieska takes an interdisciplinary approach to her work as a scientist and researcher. She is currently a fellow at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, where she uses a technique called x-ray fluorescence (XRF) to identify which chemical elements are present in various artworks.

Lin Ma, Materials Science and Engineering
Student Spotlight: Lin Ma

Lin Ma received her Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering in August 2016. Her work focuses on advanced materials for energy storage systems.

Postdoc April Sutton
Postdoc Spotlight: April Sutton

Sociologist and Frank H.T. Rhodes Postdoctoral Fellow April Sutton works in the Cornell Population Center researching the areas of stratification and inequality, education, gender, labor markets, race and ethnicity, and work and occupations.

Postdoc Sarah Adeyemo
Postdoc Spotlight: Sarah Adeyemo

Postdoc Sarah Adeyemo works in Tim Settler's lab studying strategies to induce flowering in the staple crop cassava, the third most important source of calories for individuals in the tropics, especially in sub-Saharan Africa, Asia, and Latin America.

Postdoc Nathaniel Jensen
Postdoc Spotlight: Nathaniel Jensen

Development economist Nathaniel Jensen studies the dynamics of welfare and poverty reduction. He plans to move to Nairobi, Kenya, with his family in the near future to continue this work.

Postdoc Dumizulu Tembo
Postdoc Spotlight: Dumizulu Tembo

Dumizulu Tembo's work looks at the role of monocytes and macrophages in contributing to severe malaria in children. Tembo grew up in Malawi and had malaria as a child, which inspired her to form her career around eliminating the disease.

Postdoc Spencer Debenport
Postdoc Spotlight: Spencer Debenport

Postdoc Spencer Debenport studies the diversity and function of microorganisms in plants and soils, specifically focusing on the impacts of nitrogen deposition on microbial decomposition of forest leaf litter.

Whitten Overby, Architecture
Student Spotlight: Whitten Overby

Whitten Overby's research focuses on how, why, and where television functions as an apparatus and an active agent in defining spatial tastes and behaviors. He received this year's Distinguished Master's Thesis Award from the Northeastern Association of Graduate Schools for his work, "Postcards from God."