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17 May 2019
The two are among 496 scholarship recipients from an application pool of over 5,000 nationwide.
4 April 2019
Haoyi Wang ’19, a mathematics major with a minor in music performance from Chengdu, China tells us about her senior capstone experience, or “Comps,” in support of her math degree.
31 May 2017
Physics professor Arjendu Pattanayak led students through a two-course sequence on sustainable energy combining interdisciplinary study with hands-on experience.
28 February 2017
Carleton Undergraduate Bridge Experience (CUBE), an online summer 2016 course, helped a cohort of incoming freshmen strengthen their quantitative skills.
17 February 2017
Well into her career, Stephanie Watowich ’83 has made a point to help fellow Carls gain real research experience—including Malavika Suresh ’18.
18 January 2017
Among the many reasons Carleton enjoys a strong reputation in the sciences is its penchant for project-based learning. Research is built into the undergraduate experience here—something students at other colleges might not experience until graduate school.
“The teachers here do a lot of research and put you in an experimental mindset,” says Malavika Suresh ’18 (Maple Grove, Minn.), a chemistry major. “You can take as many lecture classes as you want, but actually doing research teaches you in such a different way.”
23 May 2016
“Woodstock for physicists” is how Carleton physics professor Nelson Christensen describes the Washington, D.C., press conference at which scientists announced their groundbreaking discovery of gravitational waves.
23 February 2016
Professor Debby Walser Kuntz, students, and community partners collaborate to raise awareness and understanding of celiac disease in a website and public scholarship publication.
Something about Carleton pushed him to be different, John Cannon ’15 says.
Although he considered himself an average student in high school, coming to Carleton opened up a world of possibilities for him. “They push you to learn who you are here,” says Cannon, from Toronto. “And I realized I could be anyone I wanted to be.”