Friday, September 4, 2009

Undergrads bring new ideas to labs

“It’s almost like being immersed in a different country,” says Zach Rahm, a biology major who is working in an HIV lab, in conjunction with the Emory Vaccine Center. “It's being immersed in the science that’s being taught in the classroom. It’s very hands-on, and it's a very different environment."

Rahm is among the fellows in the Summer Undergraduate Science Research at Emory (SURE) program featured in the above video.

“If you have an interest, and there’s somebody here studying that interest, you can get involved,” says Pat Marsteller, director of the Center for Science Education and founder of SURE.

To learn more, visit:
Scholarly Inquiry and Research at Emory

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