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Instead, the game ended in the only scoreless tie in Rose Bowl history.
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While the School Law course forced Park out of his comfort zone, the aspiring scientist related to the problemsolving aspect of the legal process. The senior chemistry major can broaden his already rigorous pre-health curriculum with electives that challenge him because he is not distracted by financial concerns, like how he will pay his next tuition bill or where he will find a campus job. But not before he completes an honors project under the guidance of associate professor Nobu Matsuno, Ph.
The discussion was encouraging to Park, who appreciated hearing that the former biochemist was able to transition smoothly to a successful career in virology.
When the biology major started to second-guess her commitment to the pre-health program, she contacted Flamenbaum, a former biology major, for advice. If it was not, he encouraged me to go out and explore other options. Citing influential biology professors Dewey Dieter and Homer Porter, who set high expectations for his academic performance, and English professor Robert Brindley, who shaped how he reads novels, Flamenbaum credits many at the College for contributing to his life and career.
As a professor of medicine for nearly 30 years, seeing how his generosity directly impacts the lives of hard-working students like Park and Rivera is a rewarding incentive. It is a fearless reporting technique that has garnered Squitieri coveted recognition from the Overseas Press Club and White House Correspondents Association.
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When approached six years ago about creating and teaching an Intersession course at his alma mater, Squitieri was given the opportunity to fulfill that promise.