“Words can’t describe how positive this experience has been for me. I have become more curious, and am really seeking experiences and opportunities where I can learn, grow, and become a good global citizen and try to learn from everyone and every situation.” – Erica Shah ’16
“Japan has been very clever in changing the behavior of mass amounts of citizens, and even if each citizen’s savings are minuscule, it all adds up to save a very large amount of energy. … [L]earning about it firsthand taught us just how far behind our country is but also how far we can go with our environmental movement.” – Kevin Rossi ’17
“I felt that the Theory-to-Practice Grant exposed me to new concepts and ways of thinking while also bringing familiar academic concepts full circle.” – Nathan Madonich ’16
“I made connections during the project that will assist me for the rest of my life and may provide me even more opportunities down the road.” – Sara Scinto ’16
Ohio Wesleyan University’s science and mathematics departments provide a Petri dish of cutting-edge research during their Summer Science Research Program and National Science Foundation Research Experience for Undergraduates program. Read about nine science research projects happening at Ohio Wesleyan this summer.