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Michelle Garcia ’22 and Sayde Perry ’22 Awarded Goldwater Scholarships
Solar Cells, Warbler Birds and Medieval Manuscripts: 14 Thesis Projects to Cap (and Gown) Senior Year
Math Professor Stephan Ramon Garcia Awarded a $239,937 National Science Foundation Grant
Emeritus Professor of Zoology and Biology William Wirtz died at home on Dec. 24, 2020, after a long illness. He was 83.
An NSF grant is supporting work by professors Nina Karnovsky and Wallace “Marty” Meyer to develop an intercollegiate network to enhance undergraduate ecology research.
Pomona College experts in areas ranging from politics to biology weigh in on the ramifications the coronavirus outbreak.
Pomona College will fund student scholars in chemistry, biology and medical sciences thanks to a grant from the Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation.
William A. Hilton Zoology Professor and Professor of Biology Jonathan Wright passed away suddenly on the night of Monday, Dec. 16.
Biology Professor Sara Olson will study the process of embryo development in roundworms through a National Science Foundation CAREER grant.
Tiny and increasingly rare seabirds have been the focus of Professor of Biology Nina Karnovsky’s research for more than 25 years.
It wasn’t your typical summer camp memory. Sophie Roe ’19 first became involved in public service when she was a high school student in Pittsburgh.
With some cameras, Ellie Harris ’18 regularly catches coyotes, mourning doves, woodrats, owls, squirrels, even a bobcat or two, all at the Robert J. Bernard Biological Field Station (BFS) about a mile north of campus.
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