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Nicol Chinchilla Cordero
Mixing Agriculture, Business and Sustainability

Within her first year, Nicol Chinchilla Cordero '16 completed a Ford/Knight research project, which are normally tackled by upperclassmen.

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Jonathan Birkel
Soil and Spirituality

Jonathan Birkel ’16 never would have guessed his education would revolve so much around soil. He was able to help develop soil sensors during a May Term, and research ancient agriculture on a summer project.

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Anna Seifert
Finding Community in Panama

As an environmental education Peace Corps volunteer in the province of Panama Oeste, Panama, Anna Seifert ’16 has learned the importance of community and environmental policy.

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Richmond, Indiana
47374-4095
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