Postdoc Justin Richardson
Postdoc Spotlight: Justin Richardson

Geochemist Justin Richardson is currently a Critical Zone Observatory Network Postdoctoral Fellow and will begin his position as an assistant professor at the University of Massachusetts Amherst in 2018.

Mark W. Deets, History
Student Spotlight: Mark W. Deets

Mark W. Deets, a U.S. Marine Corps veteran and historian whose dissertation investigates the spatial history of Senegal’s Casamance conflict, will begin a teaching job at The American University in Cairo in August 2017.

Allison Truhlar, Biological and Environmental Engineering
Student Spotlight: Allison Truhlar

A graduate student in biological and environmental engineering, Allison Truhlar studies E. coli adaptations for survival in agricultural soil, as well as greenhouse gas emissions from residential septic systems. She also conducts research on her teaching.

Hannah Ryan, History of Art, Archaeology, and Visual Studies
Student Spotlight: Hannah Ryan

A Ph.D. candidate in art history and visual studies, Hannah Ryan looks at the visual and social history of the Americas as told through imagery of infant feeding. The overarching goal of her project is to normalize the sight of breastfeeding in the humanities.

Aaron Chiou, Biomedical Engineering
Student Spotlight: Aaron Chiou

Biomedical engineering doctoral student Aaron Chiou studies bone metastasis, which is the spread of cancer to bone. By researching how cancer works in the body, Chiou hopes to develop ways to prevent it from growing and spreading.

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.