Independent student work categorizes a wide array of student-produced materials that do not have significant intellectual input from a sponsoring faculty member. These works may originate in a class, through collaborative efforts of students, or as a result of independent study into advanced literature. All submissions have been vetted by faculty for quality and correctness.
Independent Studies from 2017
A Review of the Signal Transduction Pathways involved in Epithelial Mesenchymal Transition induced in Breast Cancer Metastasis and Their Cross-talks, Kasey Cervantes '17
Independent Study: Review of Security, Risk, and the Biometric State: Governing Borders and Bodies, Rebecca Lisk '17
International Relations: Review of Climate Change and Migration: Security and Borders in a Warming World, Srivarun Tummarakota '17
Major Neurotransmitters in the Brain, Amy S. Yu '17
Independent Studies from 2016
Early Neurodevelopment: Notch Signaling, Axial Differentiation, Brain Patterning, and Neurogenesis, Adrian M. Bebenek '17