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Shandiin Largo '23, a GCS student who identifies as a Navajo/Diné woman, spent her summer doing research looking at the parallels of Indigenous cultures in the US and in Russia.

Shandiin Largo posing in front of a shrub with white flowers.
Shandiin Largo '23 

Click here to read more about her studies this summer!

GCS student, Aoguzi Muhameiti '23, spent his summer interning for the author of Diet for a Small Planet, Frances Moore Lappé. 

Aoguzi Muhameiti posing in Washington DC.
Aoguzi Muhameiti '23 in Washington DC.

Click here to learn more about his work this summer!

Students practice sutures in a lab setting
Favour Ofuokwu (left, THRIVE Peer Mentor) and Diego Villamarin (right, Chamberlain Scholar) practice suturing through NYU School of Medicine's Project Healthcare.
In 2019 one of THRIVE's peer mentors, Favour Ofuokwu '21, participated in a unique opportunity with support from Bowdoin's Office of Career Exploration and Development. She was able to enroll in a program through NYU's School of Medicine to get insight into the inner workings of NYC's Bellevue Hospital's Emergency Department.

Click here to check out what the GCS class of 2022 was up to last summer!

Marc Muro '22 in gray shirt, with Upward Bound students

Read Chamberlain Scholar Sabrina Hunte's first hand accounts of time abroad in Germany through IES.

Click here to read her blog post "Bite-Sized Spoke Word" that was selected as the Editor's Choice.