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Gallery Spring 2008
The ELT students and faculty are involved with many different academic and co-cirricular activities every year. This is a gallery of images from the Spring Semester 2008. If you want to see what we were up to in the fall, go to our Fall Semester 2007 page.
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The Solanicephala (better known as "potato heads") serve as model organisms for the ELT freshmen as they learn about the methods of phylogenetic analysis.
ELT freshman did our annual pilgrimage to the National Museum of Natural History to get a better understanding of the modern and ancient Earth. And afterwards, a few of us stopped at the National Portrait Gallery to witness the national treasure of the painting of Stephen Colbert.
Using their personal knowledge of their families' histories--and historical information provided by the faculty--ELT freshmen map out the likely geographic distribution of their ancestors over the last 2000 years.
As part of our annual "Scholars in New York" experience, ELT freshmen, sophomores, alumni, and faculty examine the exhibits of the American Museum of Natural History. (Special thanks to Scholars Executive Director Greig Stewart for some of the above photos!)
ELT Scholars took advantage of the wonderful Met to examine some of the great works of art humanity has produced over our short tenure on this world.
Every year ELT students and faculty visit the National Zoo to take a look at the diversity of animals on display there.
Every year our sophomores create posters showcasing their Practicum projects. Representatives from the University administration, faculty & staff, local corporations and institutions, and our own freshmen came by to talk to them about their projects.
Once again the ELT Blue played for the Jed Foundation. This year ELT came in fourth. Go Blue!
More to come!