Under the Lens: Amanda Henderson

“Especially when I started learning about environmental justice, so that’s kinda why I got interested in science-- just to tie that back in to something that I can relate to-- which is really different from biology, chemistry, physics, and things like that. So, I found the science that would directly relate to something I was interested in, which was the community that I came from.”

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Under the Lens: Anika Hazra

“I’m excited to move to New York. I’m nervous, but I’m excited as well. I feel like it’s where I was meant to end up this whole time. I needed to grow and live in other places to prepare myself for New York. But I’m excited that I’m going to get the chance to live there for a bit. Maybe even longer.”

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Under the Lens: Nolan Bielinski

“I’m pursuing a certificate in the Foundations of College Instruction...it’s great because you get to cross pollinate with other graduate students who you usually wouldn’t get to interact with. I’m usually stuck with all the other science geeks, but now I get the literature geeks and the political science geeks and all the other geeks and so that’s kind of fun.”

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Under the Lens: Yesha Patel

"When you are growing in just one direction, you only have a singular perspective and one way of looking at things. You lose objectivity. I always ask myself, what will matter to me the day I die? And for me, that answer is to experience what it is to be human and to live on this planet. So exploring every aspect that contributes to that will help me achieve that goal."

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