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Topher Weiss-Lehman
An NSF Grant to Study Invasive Microbes

Topher Weiss-Lehman ’10 is studying invasive species through a theoretical lens.

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Sylvia Torti
Novel Science

When Sylvia Torti ’92 arrived in Chiapas, Mexico in 1994, she thought she was going to gather data for a doctoral dissertation related to bird migration. Instead she had stumbled upon the idea for a novel.

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Rachel Riggs
Cold-blooded Friends

During four years at Earlham, Rachel Riggs ’18 developed strong friendships with her peers. A few reptiles at Earlham’s Joseph Moore Museum might want to call her a friend as well.

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