Lacy Strickler went from pursuing a nursing career in a neonatal intensive care unit to working for an organization developing the first wireless electric vehicle charging system.
Brian Beckmann, GB '14, writes a blog post about his time abroad from a rooftop coffee bar in Wudaoku, Beijing.
A Glimpse Inside with Health Diagnostic Laboratory, Inc. leads to a Capstone Project, faculty research and more.
D.R. Ball was one of a few business majors who interned at "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart," but his education gave him an advantage in this creative field.
Lucas Virnig, ’14, was one of 27 students selected from more than 1,000 applicants”” to complete a summer internship with the PGA Tour.
Lourdes Figueroa, ’13, received the 2013 Harnett Research Fellowship, which has allowed her to assist University Museums in organizing her second exhibition.
Twenty-five Osher members and friends gathered for an Osher outing to Smith Island in late April.
How do you like to spend your “free” time; that is, time spent going to events that are free?
Director Jane Dowrick reflects on her experience at the 2013 Southern Regional Conference.
What is meant by “member driven” when describing the Osher Institute? And why do we use the word “team” rather than “committee?”