Members of the Class of 2015 have found support and success as they pursue professional school in health-related fields.
Jessica Keys will spend the summer in Tennessee, investigating a microbe that thrives in inhospitable conditions.
With support from a research fellowship, Eric Hays spent last summer working on sound and music for an independent film.
Chelsea Karson has presented the results of her biology research at national conferences in Kentucky, Colorado and Washington.
Mentor Paul Halverson has helped Elmhurst senior Emily Heimerdinger navigate college and prepare for life beyond graduation.
Elmhurst students travel all over the world to learn and serve, but Deanna Jones is the first to go to Fiji.
Senior biology major Nicholas Dylla weathered a Maryland hurricane last summer as part of an NSF-funded environmental research project.