Congratulations Spring 2016 Graduates!

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Congratulations to David Barclay, Baylee Murphy, Mara Peterson, and Jan Simper, all graduating seniors who did research in the Haynes lab.

Since 2011, the Haynes lab has welcomed undergraduates to enjoy authentic research experiences throughout the academic year. Students have worked in the lab alongside graduate student- and technician-mentors. Many have used their training to earn special scholarships (such as FURI, SOLUR, and CLAS), earn course credit, and develop an honors thesis or an engineering Capstone project.

This post celebrates our Spring 2016 graduates.

David Barclay joined the Haynes lab in Fall 2012 as a volunteer. He continued his work as a FURI fellow, and developed a Capstone project and Honors thesis from his research. He will receive a BS in Biomedical Engineering on Tuesday, May 10, 2016. His achievements include being a Barrett, the Honors College student.

Baylee Murphy joined the Haynes lab in 2015 as a Synberc Scholar (supported by the Synthetic Biology Engineering Research Center). She will receive a BS in Biological sciences (genetics, cell and developmental biology) on Tuesday, May 10, 2016. Her honors include graduating summa cum laude in her class.

Mara Peterson joined the lab in Fall 2014 as a Haynes lab volunteer. She is a pre-medical student who will receive a BS in Biomedical Engineering with a minor in Global Health on Wednesday, May 11, 2016. Her achievements include being a Barrett, the Honors College student and graduating summa cum laude in her class.

Jan Simper joined the Haynes lab in Fall 2012 as a volunteer. He continued his work as a FURI fellow, and developed a Capstone project and Honors thesis from his research. He will receive a BS in Biomedical Engineering on Tuesday, May 10, 2016. His achievements include being a Barrett, the Honors College student and graduating summa cum laude in his class.

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