Current Biology Students
Clarkson biology students are unique, driven and focused, but they're fun, too. Take a look at some of our current students, what they're up to, and what they're into.
|Valerie Bethka '11
Biology major Val performs research with Professor Schulte, but is also active in the Outing Club, PhiDE Medical Fraternity, the women's rugby team and the RASC-AL SPEED team.
Read more about Val.
|Joanina Gicobi '15
Joanina Gicobi found a second home at Clarkson. Now, she's looking for a way to reduce rates of cervical cancer in her native Kenya.
Learn more about Joanina.
|Matt Hadfield '11
An avid hockey fan, Matt is a member of Clarkson's men's club hockey team. Off the ice, he's involved in Tri-beta, the Collegiate Entrepreneurs' Organization (CEO Club), and he performs research with Professor Ken Wallace.
Find out more about Matt.
|Keisha Pierre-Lys '12
Keisha, a Five Boroughs Scholarship recipient, performs research on lizard species and is an active member of the National Society of Black Engineers, Tri-beta, and the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers.
Read Keisha's story.