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Max Wade

Research Worthy of an Episode of Game of Thrones
Political intrigue and marriage plots in 17th-century Italy? Through the Aresty Research Center, Honors College senior Max Wade (SAS) became involved with humanities research because of his interests in the history of philosophy and theology. Read about the experience that provided him with a foundation for his capstone project.

Eriel Santagado

HC Student-Athlete Studied Abroad to Refine Her Direction
Being a student-athlete means learning to work with others with different perspectives. For senior gymnast Eriel Santagado (’19, SAS/HC), she took that one step further and traveled across the globe with other Rutgers students, who shared her goal of learning more about primatology.

Bobby Randolph

How One Student's Inspiration Took Flight at NASA
Piloting a plane before he could even drive a car – Bobby Randolph (’19, SOE/HC) was always fascinated by flight. From participating in aerospace engineering competitions at Rutgers to winning $10,000 for presenting his project during his internship with NASA, read more about Bobby’s story.

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