By: Shannon Frohme
August 25, 2015
Nine talented, young women gain exceptional research opportunities in the 2015 summer Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) Research Experience for Women Undergraduates (REWU) program.
The 12-week WISE-REWU Program encourages talented undergraduate women to partake in ongoing technical and experimental research in order to enhance their comprehension in all aspects of research. From bioprinting skin grafts to delivering medicine on a nano-sized operation, these nine young women spent their summers distinguishing their research abilities at the College of Engineering and Applied Science— Temiloluwa Adeniyi ,Tiffany Brooks, Courtney Collins, Gabrielle Cook, Alexia Gaines, Arushi Gupta, Olivia Hoskins, Amanda Miller, and Gabrielle Notorgiacomo.