Tyler Coverdale

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

Research Group:
Anurag Agrawal

Research: Evolutionary Tradeoffs in Biodiversity

Previous Affiliation: PhD, Princeton University

Arriving: August 2018

Erin Stache

Chemistry and Chemical Biology, College of Arts and Sciences

Research Group:
Geoffrey Coates; Brett Fors

Research: Polymers with New Properties for Societal Plastics Demand

Previous Affiliation: PhD, Colorado State University

Arriving: May 2018

Grace Gu

Meinig School of Biomedical Engineering, College of Engineering

Research Group:
Lawrence Bonassar

Research: Tough Hydrogels for Applications in Tissue Engineering

Previous Affiliation: Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Arriving: August 2018

Vivek Ashok

Government, College of Arts and Sciences

Research Group:
Peter Enns

Research: Behavioral Political Economics

Previous Affiliation: PhD, Harvard University

Arriving: June 2018

Andrew Campana

Asian Studies, College of Arts and Sciences

Research Group:
Brett de Bary

Research: Japanese Poetry across Multimedia

Previous Affiliation: PhD, Harvard University

Arriving: July 2018

Jessica Cooper

Anthropology, College of Arts and Sciences; Cornell Law School

Research Group:
Annelise Riles

Research: People across Power Divides in Social Service Institutions

Previous Affiliation: PhD, Princeton University

Arriving: June 2018

Steve Choi

Astronomy, College of Arts and Sciences

Research Group:
Gordon Stacey; Michael Niemack

Research: Precision Cosmology

Previous Affiliation: PhD, Princeton University

Arriving: June 2018

Mackenzie Cooley

History, College of Arts and Sciences

Research Group:
Peter R. Dear

Research: Cooley explores the intertwining of human, animal, and environmental history, with an emphasis on the topic, race—how it evolved from a descriptor for controlled animal progeny to a human phenotype categorization.

Previous Affiliation: PhD, Stanford University

Rong Ye

Chemistry and Chemical Biology, College of Arts and Sciences

Research Group:
Peng Chen

Research: Rong Ye, also known as Rocky, investigates catalysis, with emphasis on developing techniques for seeing single particles in action.

Previous Affiliation: PhD, University of California, Berkeley

Research StoryCatalysis—Focusing in to See the Action

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