Related interdisciplinary programs include:
Sixteen first-year Gettysburg College students gather in a semicircle in the middle of an orchard. It’s their first day of college classes, but they’re not there to pick apples for their new professor. They’re there to hunt phage, although they don’t know what that is yet.
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Students study marine ecosystems in summer research
Sandy beaches, crystal waters, snorkeling. It sounds like a vacation until you add in seventy-plus hours of field experience, nightly lab discussions, research group projects, and then writing and presenting the findings – all in less than two weeks’ time.