Published: Sept. 18, 2020

This week, BSI welcomed its newest BSI Scholars. This group of students will join a group of Scholars whose summer projects were deferred to the academic year, along with this year's Continuing Scholars. BSI is looking forward to a robust research year with all these undergraduate researchers.  Student projects are in a mix of departments with a biological emphasis.  Congratulations to them all!

BSI Scholars Orientation photo on ZoomBSI Scholars Orientation group photo over Zoom

BSI Scholar  Research Department
Meghan Skalicky Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
Katelynn Hughes Psychology and Neuroscience
Ashley Pak Psychology and Neuroscience
Anoushka Singh Biochemistry
Didi Trifonova Integrative Physiology
Hadley Mills Psychology and Neuroscience
Sophia Forrey Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
Michael Bibbey Chemical and Biological Engineering
Michelle Diaz Aerospace Engineering
Cori  Carver Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Djelika Dansoko Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
Nyika Campbell Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Gracie Sapp Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
Myles Freeman Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
Marvin Jesus Gonzalez Chemical & Biological Engineering
Madison Dittmer Biochemistry
Amrita Purkayastha Biochemistry
Zander Graham Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
William Sherlock Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
Nia Hammond Pathology - CU Anschutz Campus

BSI Scholar orientation group Sept. firstThese students deferred their summer awards to the AY.

BSI Scholar  Research Department
Megan Hupka Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
Aubrey Wolfe Biochemistry
Cara  Martyr Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
Seth Porter Chemical and Biological Engineering
Camille Gannon Integrative Physiology
Maddie Wheatley Chemistry
Rachel Sheraden Immunology and Microbiology
Connor Thomas JILA/Chemistry
Zuhair Chaudhry Integrative Physiology
Andrew "Kyo" Lee Integrative Physiology
Olivia Mazzapica Biomedical Engineering
Lucy Horne Integrative Physiology
Mary Kelly Chemical and Biological Engineering

We look forward to seeing what they accomplish this year.

BSI Scholars in STEM Undergraduate Research is a funding and professional development program for students conducting independent research in biosciences labs at CU. For more information on the BSI Scholars program, visit the BSI Scholars webpage here