Be part of Team Science.

Trisha Chau (center) with other volunteers

Scientist for a healthy planet

Biochemistry and biophysics graduate Trisha Chau traveled to Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria to study environmental conditions, help restore natural resources destroyed by the hurricane and rebuild the educational infrastructure.

Advocating for ethical medicine

Honors BioHealth sciences junior Sidney Phu landed the internship of her dreams – the Mayo Clinic's Summer Undergraduate Program in Biomedical Ethics Research. Working alongside scientists and mentors, she researched pressing ethical issues in the healthcare system.

Protecting natural habitats

Emma Fraser's zoology degree has taken her around the world to work on conservation research projects – such as studying sea turtles in Hawaii and hummingbirds in the rainforests of Trinidad. As a wildlife biologist for a civil engineering firm, today Emma analyzes wildlife and plant habitats in southern California.

Dang Duong (center) during his medical internship

Bridging cultures and ideals

Students like Dang Duong advocate the importance of science, education and social justice. A recent microbiology graduate and pre-med major, Dang is mentoring Kazakhstan children through a prestigious Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship scholarship.

Look at the world around you. Do you see something that could be better? An education in science opens doors to all kinds of opportunities to protect our planet and improve society. Prepare for a rewarding job and a meaningful future at OSU.