•  Will Khoury-Hanold 10

    Will Khoury-Hanold '10

    A biology and Spanish major from Kingsford, Michigan, Will is also captain of the swim team at Hamline.

    Two-time researcher
    This will be my second summer conducting collaborative research in the immunology lab. Not only is it a wonderful learning experience and a chance to work one-on-one with a professor, but I also receive a stipend and summer housing on campus.

    Cancer fighter
    Sometimes the best way to figure out how something is supposed to work is to study what it looks like when it’s broken. Analyzing what happens when a gene is defective or when a cell is removed sheds light on what interactions are taking place when everything returns to normal.

    Graduate school bound
    Lab experience will be a crucial component of my application to graduate programs. Having varied research demonstrates my commitment to the field and my enthusiasm for the work. Even more important, however, will be the letters of recommendation sent by my advisors.

  • News

    On Thursday, April 20, 7-9 p.m, Bart D. Ehrman, Best-Selling Author and Distinguished Professor of Religious Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, will give a public lecture in Sundin Music Hall. Made possible by the Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar Program. Co-sponsored by Hamline University's Department of Religion and the Wesley Center. Find more updates and information here.

     

    The Be the Match Drive allows people to get involved by becoming a bone marrow donor. This event has any potential donor be tested and added to the Be the Match Registry. This allows people that need a bone marrow transplant to see if there is a potential donor that is a match out there for them. Being a donor can change someone's life for the better and even save a life as well. Wednesday, March 29, 10-2p.m, Anderson First Floor. Find more information here.

     

    Hamline's 27th annual Summer Literacy Institute is July 10-13, 2017. This year's theme, Our Stories Matter: Making Sense of the World, will feature a wide variety of topics from leading literacy experts such as Christopher Lehman and Sara Ahmed. An early-bird discount is available for those who register by Friday, June 9, so be sure to register early and save.