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Izzy Daum 23 and her family met up with relative Arachna Patel, owner of Super 8 Motel, in Tampa, Florida as she researched Indian motel ownership.

Junior Fellowship: Izzy Daum

Justin Tang September 1, 2022

Izzy Daum ’23 researched motel ownership by Indian Americans with a focus on Indian women. For her project, Daum interviewed family members about their experiences running motels, with a focus on the...

Alejandro Lombard 23 adjusts his camera to film footage for his junior fellowship project.

Junior Fellowship: Alejandro Lombard

Zoe Goor September 1, 2022

Alejandro Lombard ’23 created a documentary about immigrant families at the U.S.-Mexico border for his Junior Summer Fellowship project, “Seeking Asylum.” Lombard visited the U.S.-Mexico border...

Dahlia Delgadillo ’23 helps treat patients who lack adequate access to healthcare resources and other supplies in Churcampa, Peru.

Junior Fellowship: Dahlia Delgadillo

Max Turetzky September 1, 2022

Dahlia Delgadillo ’23 studied the lack of healthcare resources in Churcampa, Peru and its impact on local residents during her Junior Fellowship project over the summer.  She said she interviewed medical...

Ava Tran 22 smiles in front of shrubbery.

Junior Fellowship: Ava Tran

Fallon Dern September 4, 2021

Ava Tran ’22, one of eight upper school students chosen by The Kutler Center Junior Fellowship Program, is using her awarded $4,000 to research environmentalism in Vietnam. The program sponsors independent...

Mia Karathanasis 22 suits up for some firsthand observation of beekeeping in Kos Island, Greece.

Junior Fellowship: Mia Karathanasis

Becca Berlin September 3, 2021

This summer, the buzzing bees followed Mia Karathanasis '22 as she studied the ancient art of beekeeping and its connection to climate change on Kos island in Greece for her Junior Fellowship Project....

GLAMOROUS GARMENTS: Sadye Lackmans 22 finished hand-sewn corset, the final product of the research she conducted during her fellowship, is showcased in her backyard.

Junior Fellowship: Sadye Lackman

Chloe Park September 1, 2021

The Junior Summer Fellowship program awarded Sadye Lackman '22 a grant this summer for her corsetry project. Lackman said the project, titled Victorian to Vogue: Corsetry and Criticism, combined her artistic...

Cate Greenman 22 stands in front of a sign in Dearborn, Michigan, a city home to the largest Muslim population in the U.S.

Junior Fellowship: Cate Greenman

Lucas Cohen-d'Arbeloff August 31, 2021

Cate Greenman ’22 studied Arab and Muslim youth in Southern California and created a podcast entitled "Of Two Minds: An Exploration of Identity Among Muslim Youth" for her Junior Fellowship this summer. Greenman...

Annual STEMfest set for Monday of next week

May 17, 2012

By Claire Goldsmith and Michael Sugerman Students will showcase projects in the fields of science, technology, engineering and technology in "Beyond the Test Fest," the fourth installment of the annual...

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