Emma Chory (’12), one of the top chemical engineering students, was awarded the 2011 Steamboat Scholarship. She competed with many of the top Bouvé and College of Science students for this prestigious opportunity. She is part of a unique 10 weeks experience at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston.
Emma loves the long days working in the lab at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. She spends 14 hours a day in a medical oncology laboratory testing the potential of many different drug therapies to treat rare forms of cancer.
Read more about Emma and the scholarship at Steamboat Foundation Scholar and
Congratulations to Emma from the Chair, Faculty, and Staff of the Chemical Engineering Department.