Rene Baker, 2004 CTR Fellow, Center of Marine Biotechnology, Dr. Jim Du, PI
"This experience has been fun, challenging, as well as educational. I
have never had that "real" lab experience after getting my bio degree
because I went right into my masters in education and then teaching. I
am very happy to have this experience because now I know that I would
never be able to do this fulltime. I like teaching much more. This was
a great experience and I would recommend it to others."
John Spinnichia, 2004 CTR Fellow, Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, Dr. Carys Mitchlemore, PI
"What is going to be really interesting is how this method can be used
in the classroom. The general method of SCGE fits all of the
criteria: It is cheap, easy to perform; takes a short
experiment lifecycle; is
very senstive (which means results); can be interpreted by a variety of
Rebecca Kenyon 2004 CTR Fellow, Appalachian Laboratory, Dr. Katia Englehart, PI
"Looking back, it was a positive experience that I was able to learn
from. I am glad that I participated. I hope to remain in contact with
some of the people that I have met during the summer, especially those at AL. I am
excited to try out the lessons that I have developed for my students. I
hope that they go well."
David Yarmchuk 2006 CTR Fellow, Horn Point Laboratory, Dr. Don Meritt, PI
"I have certainly learned that I am not ready to jump into a research position. I enjoyed the summer and would certainly recommend it to others. I will definitely teach differently when it comes to the scientific method and describing how scientists work."