Category Archive: Graduates

Nov 11

Thank You, Veterans!

Thank you for your service, veterans! Shout out to our CHS/MST grads in the service: US Army: Camille R (14), Nathan C. (17) US Navy: PJ B. (12), Noah W. (13) US Air Force: Jimmy C. (12), Jeffrey F. (17) See where they and our other graduates have studied here: MST Graduate College Map

Nov 11

CHS/MST Grad Kim Fall Visit

CHS/MST grad (’17) Jason Kim in the house! Jason is studying at Princeton this fall. Thank you for stopping by, Jason!

Dec 16

December Mini-Symposium

In December of each year we host a smaller version of the full-blown, 9-12th grade research Symposium we put on in May of each year.  This mini-event is a presentation of the undersclassmen’s first phase of research.  We enlist the help of our upperclassmen and recent graduates who act as panelists to offer constructive feedback in our …

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May 19

Magnet Alumna Plays Key Role in UW Coal Divestment

2014 Magnet/CHS Alumna Carly Marshall has been working hard all year long with the student group Divest UW to convince the UW Board of Regents to “divest” from its investments in coal.  Her efforts have paid off with the following announcement and Board action this past week:  “The University of Washington (UW) will divest roughly …

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May 22

2013 Magnet Graduate Hollar Earns Research Award

Recent CHS / MST Magnet grad Sierra Hollar was awarded a $2,000 summer research grant by Boise State University and their STEM Summer Research Community.  “The Boise State Summer Research Community  program hosts several activities in partnership with several student research programs to involve the participants to unique interdisciplinary learning and research opportunities. Interaction with …

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Feb 06

2013 Magnet Alumna Published in Journal of Neuroscience

Recent CHS/Magnet grad Eden Pollock helped design a study whose results were recently published in The Journal of Neuroscience: Presynaptic Alpha-Synuclein Aggregation in a Mouse Model of Parkinson’s Disease.  Pollock attends University of Washington.  Congratulations, Eden!  “Parkinson’s disease and dementia with Lewy bodies are associated with abnormal neuronal aggregation of α-synuclein. However, the mechanisms of …

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