Nanotechnology: Not a Small Issue

Policy is all around us. But how do we create and enforce policy when dealing with technology on a small scale? I mean a really small scale.

Immigrant Experience in the US

I’m a business major. My education revolves around being practical, finding the logical decision with the best results… However humans run business and we cannot be standardized

Quality of Life: Why it Matters When Battling Cancer

Although breast cancer death rates have been decreasing since the late 1980’s, breast cancer remains to be the second most common cancer diagnosis, afflicting one in eight women and accounting for 30% of overall cancer diagnoses.

History Through the Eyes of Lenders

As a college student figuring out how to pay rent on time and manage a credit card, the idea of someone making decisions about me based on a ‘credit score’ is scary stuff.

Inside the Vernacular

Evaluating the energy usage of current residential buildings as part of this project has helped contribute to my future studies of designing sustainable building systems.

Social Movements across Time and around the World

As a young kid those who inspired me most were the participants in social movements that transformed the world, and as I’ve grown older my heroes have been people like Gandhi and the environmental activist Julia Butterfly Hill.