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Clare Boothe Luce Scholars

Clare Boothe Luce Scholars Sophia Andaloro, Nina Ryalls and Tessa Rosenberger. Not pictured, Anna Nguyen. (2018-2019)

Clare Boothe Luce Scholar Sophia Andaloro (2017-2018)

Sophia conducted research through an REU at the University of Arkansas.

Clare Boothe Luce Scholar Alessandra Marchi (2016-2017)

As a dual-degree electrical engineering and physics major, Alessandra interned at James Loudspeaker Corporation.

Clare Boothe Luce Scholar Elizabeth Derdeyn (2016-2017)

Elizabeth conducted research at UKAL (The University of Kentucky Van de Graaff Accelerator Laboratory) where she studied neutron scattering from silicon.

Clare Boothe Luce Scholar MacKenzie Warrens (2016-2017)

MacKenzie conducted research at UCLA where she worked to build a Paul trap.

Clare Boothe Luce Scholar Mary Zischkau (2015-2016)

Mary conducted research at NIST to design a new manometer to replace the toxic Hg manometers currently in use to calibrate pressure instruments.

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