Dr. Elizabeth Gleim has collected 50,000 ticks in an effort to understand why Southwest Virginia has become a hotspot for Lyme disease and whether prescribed fires can help reduce the risk to humans.
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With nothing to do during the pandemic, Andrew Veilleux launched the Good to See You brand of shirts, hoodies and even COVID-19 masks, now available online and in five stores.
In NSF-funded research by Tabitha Peck and Jessica Good of Davidson College, working with female VR avatars sheds light on stereotype threat, a phenomenon in which people unwittingly fulfill negative stereotypes about their groups.
Berry College’s environmental science and studies students will also work alongside shelter residents in the gardens and farm to provide fresh produce for the shelters’ dinners.
Dr. Imam, a past Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award recipient and a professor of health and human performance at The Citadel, hasn’t forgotten that patients are people, too, and she makes sure her students don’t forget either.
Steadman, a Clemson graduate, accomplished nurse and Operation Desert Storm veteran, was a pioneer for women in military service and the highest-ranking female officer in Afghanistan.
After losing her own mother as a young child, Clare Yordy became involved with Camp Kesem, a national nonprofit that provides free summer camps for children who have a parent with cancer, and started a chapter at George Mason University.
When Emma Jones learned about the 1916 lynching of Henry White, she teamed up with Beverly Foster of the Walker County African American Historical and Alumni Association to make sure Lafayette, Georgia would never forget it again.
Michael Agostino had wanted to donate a kidney to his friend David Steele for a long time but thought they weren’t a match because of their opposite blood types.
Funded by the Teagle Foundation, the Freedom Scholars Initiative will support the study of freedom, citizenship and democracy by rising seniors from area high schools.
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