On an Equal Footing – Under the mentorship of biophysicist Lydia Kisley, undergraduate researchers flourish

From left: Shawn Yoshida (CWR ‘21) places a sample on a nanoscale microscope built by Lydia Kisley’s lab group. He completed his award-winning undergraduate research under Kisley’s mentorship. Photo by Roger Mastroianni

Students Hannah Messenger and Shawn Yoshida, along with Dr. Lydia Kisley, Warren E. Rupp Assistant Professor, Departments of Physics and Chemistry, are profiled in art | sci, the alumni publication for the CWRU College of Arts and Sciences. 

The magazine highlights achievements of students, faculty, alumni and friends making positive impacts on the university and world.

See full article here.