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Allison Eberly ’14

Allison Eberly ’14

Major: 
Molecular Biology and Chemistry
Class: 
2014
Internship Title: 
National Science Foundation, Boise State University
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Through three unique internship opportunities, Ali was exposed to both industrial and academic areas of research. She interned at Boise State University through the National Science Foundation, JRF America and at CHC and Temple University through the SEPCHE Institutionalizing STEM Undergraduate Research Faculty-Student Research Project.

During her time at CHC, Ali majored in molecular biology and chemistry, earning dual-departmental honors, and gave 10 presentations and attended prestigious scientific conferences and meetings around the country. 

Ali has dreamed of becoming a doctor since she was a child and chose to attend CHC after being recruited to play volleyball. While a student, Ali was a resident assistant, co-president of the Activities Team, secretary of the Student Athletic Advisory Committee, ran cross-country and was inducted into four honor societies. In addition, she earned grades that kept her on the dean’s list and the athletic academic honor roll. She also co-founded CHC's Chemistry Club.

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Ali majored in molecular biology and chemistry, earning dual-departmental honors. During her time at CHC, Ali gave 10 presentations and attended prestigious scientific conferences and meetings around the country. 

Through three unique internship opportunities, she was exposed to both industrial and academic areas of research. She interned at Boise State University through the National Science Foundation, JRF America and at CHC and Temple University through the SEPCHE Institutionalizing STEM Undergraduate Research Faculty-Student Research Project.

Ali has dreamed of becoming a doctor since she was a child and chose to attend CHC after being recruited to play volleyball. While a student, Ali was a resident assistant, co-president of the Activities Team, secretary of the Student Athletic Advisory Committee, ran cross-country and was inducted into four honor societies. In addition, she earned grades that kept her on the dean’s list and the athletic academic honor roll. She also co-founded CHC's Chemistry Club.

CHC afforded me the opportunity to partake in many different extra-curricular activities, while still challenging me academically. Without my relationship with my professors at CHC, I would never have had the opportunity to find my true passion — scientific research.

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