See what some of our students have been up to as part of the PRISM program.
It can be for some trained athletes. Alexis Wayland '22 has been working with Dr. Troy Purdom this summer to see if hyaluronic acid levels could be a factor.
No citronella for Charlotte Pfamatter '21 and Curran Atkinson '21. They spent their summer research project attracting mosquitos—on purpose.
Any oncologist will tell you that catching cancer early is the best chance to fight and beat the disease. Often the groundwork for early detection is laid in the research lab.
Shake your tail feather? How does that help birds in flight? Catherine Swinsky '20 is spending her summer birdwatching to investigate.
Sarah Dooley ’21 might one day be able to sample the fruits of her summer research at Third Street Brewing—Farmville’s craft brewery.
Brianna LaFratta ’20 she is participating in the PRISM summer research initiative — Longwood’s signature program that pairs students with faculty members for eight weeks of intensive paid research work.