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Understanding the Need for International Research

When graduate students travel overseas to further their education through research, what is the impact of those experiences? Specifically, why do graduate students engage in international research? How do they feel the experiences have helped them scientifically and professionally? What barriers and opportunities developed later in their careers? Those were some of the questions that Brian S. Mitchell, a professor in the School of Science and Engineering at Tulane University.

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Upcoming Events — Highlights

School of Science and Engineering Distinguished Leadership Circle Reception
6 PM - 8 PM • Thursday, October 27, 2016
123 Walnut - Rooftop
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School of Science and Engineering 2016 Homecoming Celebration | Research Lab Tours
2 PM - 4 PM • Friday, October 28, 2016
Boggs Center for Energy & Biotechnology – First Floor Lobby
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School of Science and Engineering 2016 Homecoming Tailgating Tent
Time: TBA • Saturday, October 29, 2016
Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life Quad
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SSE Weekly Seminars
Week of October 17th, 2016
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Grad Focuses on Cancer Research

Grad focuses on cancer research

Photo by Ryan Rivet

For two years, Madeline Sell, a 2016 graduate of Tulane University, split time between hitting the books and working in a lab at the Tulane Cancer Center.

The 20-year-old chemical and biomolecular engineering major from Phoenix collaborated with an innovative research team there, examining the roles of toxic metals nickel and cadmium as cancer-causing agents.

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