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Graduate students

Graduate student projects were an extremely important component of my research program, expanding it in directions that I was unable to take it in by myself, and providing an opportunity to teach and learn in a more intensive and focused way than is possible in supervising undergraduate research projects.

I am, however, no longer taking on new students. That said, I would be very happy to discuss projects that a student is interested in pursuing elsewhere on topics with which I have some experience.

 


Nadia Talent Jenn Coughlan Rodger Evans
Melissa Purich Eugenia Lo Christine Kampny
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