Author: Abbegail Atwater

Congratulations Eva Tourangeau, 2018, Los Alamos National Lab

Eva Tourangeau, 2018
Mathematics
Post-Baccalaureate Statistical Sciences Intern, Los Alamos National Lab, Los Alamos, NM
Organization website: http://http://www.lanl.gov
“I look forward to learning statistical and data scientific techniques through cutting edge research and from expert scientists at the lab. I also hope this position will help me clarify my goals for graduate school: whether I ought to pursue statistics, computer science, or data science. I also can’t wait to move back out west to live in and explore beautiful New Mexico.”

Congratulations Dalia Khattab, 2018, Bread for the World and George Washington University

Dalia Khattab, 2018
Government, Biology, & French
Leota Ester Fellow, Bread for the World, Washington, D.C.
Organization website: http://www.bread.org/
“I’m looking forward to learning more about how policy and advocacy are used to fight chronic hunger in the U.S. and around the world.”

MPH in Global Health Policy, George Washington University, Washington, D.C.
Organization website: https://publichealth.gwu.edu/
“I’m excited to learn more about how health policies are made and implemented in order to tackle important public health issues around the world.”

Congratulations Danielle Dixon, 2020, National Kidney Foundation of Wisconsin

Danielle Dixon, 2020
Biology
Intern, National Kidney Foundation of Wisconsin
Organization website: https://ahec.wisc.edu/chip/
“I’m looking forward to working with the National Kidney Foundation of Wisconsin to learn about the linkages between chronic diseases and healthy eating. I also look forward to then being able to connect neighborhood food pantries with promotional materials and strategies that will enable the pantries to solicit healthier non-perishable food donations from local community members. “