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Lyric Jorgenson ’00 fell in love with neuroscience, and now she’s staff lead for the BRAIN Initiative at the National Institutes of Health.

Lyric Jorgenson ’00 fell in love with neuroscience, and now she’s staff lead for the BRAIN Initiative at the National Institutes of Health.

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Eugene Daub (left) and Rob Firmin ’70 (right) with their bronze sculpture of Rosa Parks at the unveiling in National Statuary Hall. Photo credit: Office of the Architect of the Capitol.

The latest piece of art by Rob Firmin ’70 and his sculpting partner Eugene Daub—a nine-foot-tall bronze commemorating Rosa Parks—was unveiled this year in the U.S. Capitol’s National Statuary Hall.

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Allison Cartmell Emmerso

Maybe all roads don’t lead to Rome. But this one led to a brilliant career in archaeology and to an ancient dig site in Pompeii.

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Charisse Mandimika ’09

Charisse Mandimika ’09 is building global health into her career. She’s a medical student at Yale, but her studies are taking her far beyond New Haven, Conn. She’s also been working with patients in Thailand and South Africa.

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