Faculty News

A group of adults of various ages stand by a fence in a sunny field.

Students enrolled in Professor of Biology Kate Susman’s Human Physiology class learned real-life applications to their work by volunteering for four community-based organizations.

Headshot of Leah Bendavid.

Leah Isseroff Bendavid and her collaborators are investigating the potential application of boronic acids as anchoring groups in dye-sensitized solar cells with a computational study the scope of which is only possible through ACCESS—an advanced computing and data resource supported by the National Science Foundation. The results of this study will inform ways in which dye-sensitized solar cells can be optimized to improve their stability and efficiency.