Spotlights

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Jun Young Song in Antarctica

Riding the waves straight to a Ph.D.

As Jun Young Song, a doctoral student in Cornell’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, looks ahead to his first winter in Ithaca, it’s a safe bet that he might not even notice a... Read more

Cornell School of Electrical and Computer Engineering grad student Jonathan Jaramillo

Meet Jonathan Jaramillo

One of the undeniable pleasures of life in the Finger Lakes region of New York is sitting on a deck at one of the many wineries that line the shores of Seneca and Cayuga Lakes, sipping a cold Riesling... Read more

Derek Holyoak

Derek Holyoak, Ph.D. ’18

Now a senior associate in the Biomedical Engineering & Sciences Practice at Exponent, Inc., Ph.D. alum Derek Holyoak's work involves a mix of proactive biomedical research/testing and reactive scientific litigation. Read more

Zui Tao, Ph.D. student in the School of Applied and Engineering Physics

Meet Zui Tao

When Zui Tao was in elementary school in Hefei, China she was obsessed with magic. She practiced tricks every day and performed a magic show each year at her school’s New Year Festival. But that all... Read more

Sibley School Ph.D. student Khaled Hashad

Meet Khaled Hashad

In a 2014 study, it was found that roughly 3.2 million American students attend schools that are within 100 meters of a major roadway. Other studies have shown that 45 million Americans live within... Read more

Systems Engineering Ph.D. student Patrick Kastner

Meet Patrick Kastner

Patrick Kastner did not come to Ithaca intending to earn a Ph.D. at Cornell. When he arrived in September 2017 it was as a Visiting Scientist in the lab of Assistant Professor Timur Dogan of the... Read more

Rileigh Casebolt, CBE Ph.D. student

Meet Rileigh Casebolt

Growing up in Aurora, Colorado, Rileigh Casebolt always knew she liked science and math. Over time, the broad term “science” sharpened a bit to the more focused term “chemistry.” Casebolt’s parents... Read more

Aria R. Henderson

Aria R. Henderson, Ph.D. Student

"The sense of community at Cornell is amazing. Individuals from every background are supported through clubs and organizations to make everyone feel welcome and equitably included." Read more