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Science Research Spotlight – FM Radio And More!

Bwog Science brings you the second installment of Science Research Spotlight, a series in which we highlight some of the cool, radical, mind-blowing science research happening at our institution. We hope that you’ll find something that sparks your interest, and which you’ll aim to learn more about. Click here for the first installment in this series.

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CU Women In STEM: Melanie Sawyer

Bwog Science is back with CU Women in STEM, where we highlight the amazing women in science at Columbia. Today’s profile is from Melanie Sawyer, SEAS ’20, a proud programmer and leader of ADI, a Columbia community of students interested in technology! Major: Computer Science What subjects are you interested in: I love so many different spheres […]

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CU Women In STEM: Min Hwang

Bwog Science is back with CU Women in STEM, where we highlight the amazing women in science at Columbia. Today’s profile is from Min Hwang, SEAS ’19, who aims to combine her interests in civil engineering and computer science! Major: Civil Engineering What subjects are you interested in: Structural engineering, computer science, and the intersections of […]

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CU Women In STEM: Shruti Varadarajan

Bwog Science is back with CU Women in STEM, where we highlight the amazing women in science at Columbia. Today’s profile is from Shruti Varadarajan, BC ’19, who does research in neuroscience! Major: Cell & Molecular Biology What subjects are you interested in? I’m a cell & molecular biology major, but I work in a neuroscience lab […]

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CU Women in STEM: Briley Lewis

Bwog Science is back with CU Women in STEM, where we highlight the amazing women in science at Columbia. Today’s profile is from Briley Lewis (CC ’18), astrophysics major and Pluto enthusiast! Major: Astrophysics What subjects are you interested in? Exoplanets and planetary science How did you get interested in your subject? Can you remember the moment […]

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CU Women In STEM: Francesca Garofalo

Bwog Science is back with CU Women in STEM, where we highlight the amazing women in science at Columbia. Today’s profile is from Francesca (Frankie) Garofalo (CC ’18), whose interests lie in academic medicine and the evolutionary biology of the human species! Major: Biology with a concentration in the evolutionary biology of the human species (EBHS) What subjects […]

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CU Women In Stem: Minna Jayaswal

Bwog Science is back with CU Women in STEM, where we highlight the amazing women in science at Columbia. Today’s profile is from Minna Jayaswal (Barnard ’19), whose interests lie in neuroscience and community-based healthcare, among others! Major: Neuroscience & Behavior, with a minor in History. What subjects are you interested in? I could honestly have a […]

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CU Women In STEM: Leena Chen

Bwog Science is back with CU Women in STEM, where we highlight the amazing women in science at Columbia. Today’s profile is from Leena Chen (Barnard ’20), who loves numbers and stars! Major: Mathematics What subjects are you interested in? Besides mathematics, I’m minoring in Ancient Studies as well! I’m interested in just about everything, from […]

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CU Women In STEM: Julia Zeh

Bwog Science is back with CU Women in STEM, where we highlight the amazing women in science at Columbia. Today’s profile is from Julia Zeh (CC ’18), future star marine biologist! Major: Environmental Biology What subjects are you interested in? Marine biology, bioacoustics, behavioral ecology, and conservation. I’m really interested in how we can use acoustics […]

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CU Women In STEM: Amita Shukla

Bwog Science is back with CU Women in STEM, where we highlight the amazing women in science at Columbia. Today’s profile is from Amita Shukla (SEAS ’20), whose interests lie in computer science and public policy! What subjects are you interested in? I’m majoring in Computer Engineering and minoring in Political Science. I’m interested in just about everything though! […]

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CU Women in STEM: Hailey Winstead

Bwog Science is back with CU Women in STEM, where we highlight the amazing women in science at Columbia. Our latest profile is from Hailey Winstead (CC ’18), whose interests lie in psychology, specifically behavioral epigenetics! Major: Psychology/Pre-med What subjects are you interested in? Psychobiology and Behavioral Epigenetics: basically how the environment can impact our genes, and how our genes […]

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CU Women In STEM: Anna Coerver

Bwog Science is bringing you a brand new column, CU Women in STEM! In this feature, we’ll be highlighting the amazing women in science at Columbia. Our first profile is from Anna Coerver (BC ’20), who is as bright and exciting as the stars she studies!  Major: Physics What subjects are you interested in? I honestly […]

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