Feb. 24, 2017
Andrew Willett ’17 worked with Dr. Warren Mansell, a leading Perceptual Control Theory researcher at Manchester University, on a study that showed how inept we are at gauging other people’s intentions.
Feb. 10, 2017
Now living on opposite coasts, Aaron Hill ’16 and Jake Brawer ’16 recently had a nice surprise—news that a paper they coauthored based on their research at Vassar has been published in Frontiers in Robotics and AI, a top-ranking open-access journal.
Nov. 1, 2016
Vassar's new science facility, the Bridge for Laboratory Sciences, supports collaborations between the sciences by bringing the college’s various science departments and programs into closer physical proximity with shared access to state-of-the-art teaching and research facilities.
Oct. 5, 2016
Computer science/Japanese double major Eliot Cowley designed his first game at Vassar; now he’s living the dream as a gaming programmer at Microsoft.
Sep. 26, 2016
After a year of getting some hands-on experience at an urgent care center as well as a neurobiology lab, Yefri Baez ’15 is in his first year at one of the nation’s top medical schools.
Sep. 9, 2016
When Elizabeth Balter ’15 enrolled at Vassar, she planned to go to medical school after she graduated. But those plans shifted after her family’s dog, a Bernese mountain dog named Samson, was diagnosed with cancer.
May. 15, 2013
According to Professor Jill Schneiderman, “There’s a saying among geologists that you go where the rocks are—there’s no substitute for being there.” Schneiderman and her sedimentology class explored Death Valley and the Mojave Desert over Spring Break.