A Community of Learners
Eastern attracts students from across the globe to create a diverse campus community. Faculty
and students learn from each other’s differences and form a close-knit group of learners.
Class: Senior Major: Biology Hometown: Kumamoto, Japan Points of Interest: Beta Beta Beta (National Biology Honor Society);
Biology Club Career Goal: Molecular biology researcher
Research Opportunities For Undergraduates
When I visited Eastern, I talked to Professor Mike Adams and we discussed internships and
the availability of hands-on research opportunities as an undergraduate. It is rare to be able
to have an undergraduate research experience. That is what corporations and pharmaceuti-
cal companies want — it is a requirement. I have been lucky to have that experience here
at Eastern. I know it will open doors for me.
The Center Of Campus Life
My favorite thing about campus is that it is small enough that everything is within walking
distance. I love living in the residence hall and being close to friends. You can just knock on a
door, hang out and eat dinner together.
A Door To The Future
My favorite class is Research Methods in Molecular Biology with Professor Adams. He teach-
es techniques and methods but we have to come up with our own protocol. This hands-on
experience in a laboratory will help us when we graduate.
Cultural events, like this workshop on Native
American drumming, provide the campus community
with opportunities to learn about other cultures.
There’s a real community here. Friends are
always hanging out, studying, having fun.
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