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Catherine Woolley, Ph.D
William Russin, Ph.D
John Hershey High School / Duke University
|Kelly Calabrese is a graduate of John Hersey High School and a loyal cubs fan. She is a junior at Duke University, where she is majoring in biomedical engineering. Kelly is President of the Duke University Wind Symphony, where she plays French horn, and mellophone section leader of the Duke University Marching Band (DUMB). She is looking forward to spending the summer at BIF to gain valuable microscopy experience and an understanding that will supplement a future career working in molecular research.
New Trier High School / University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
|Tom is a sophomore at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and graduated from New Trier High School in Winnetka, IL. In high school, Tom was an active participant in New Trier's Science Olympiad team and is an Eagle Scout. He is currently a member of UIUC's chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. In Tom's free time he enjoys hiking, backpacking, rock climbing, scuba diving and cooking.
New Trier High School / Northwestern University
Allison Bedell will be a freshman in Northwestern’s McCormick School
of Engineering in the fall of 2010. She graduated from New Trier High School
where she made the Honor Roll, was awarded a departmental book award
from the math department, and passed ten Advanced Placement tests.
Allison also actively participated in many of New Trier’s dance
troupes and led young swimmers as a member of the coaching staff at
New Trier Swim Club. Allison will be working in BIF from June through
the end of August.
Summer 2008 & 2010
New Trier High School / Princeton University
Michael is a sophomore at Princeton University and a graduate of New Trier High School. Michael was here the summer of 2008 and loved it so much he came back for the summer of 2010. At New Trier, Michael received many academic awards and was a member of the tennis and cross country team. At Princeton Michael is part of the Acapella group.
Interns receive hands-on training with BIF Management and Staff, as well as observing Northwestern researchers working in the facility.
BIF does not have a formal internship or internship application process. If you are interested in observing, visiting, or assisting in the facility, or would like more information regarding this opportunity, please contact BIF staff (contact information can be found here).