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Students Selected for Competitive, Three-Year Dana-Farber Research Program
Emmanuel students Isabella Saldarriaga ’21 and Gabriela Rico ’22 were recently accepted into the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute’s Young Empowered Scientists for Continued Research Engagement (YES for CURE) Program, a three-year cancer research training program for highly motivated students interested in pursuing careers in scientific research. The program includes multiple summers of mentored cancer research experiences at Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center in addition to participation in an advanced scientific curriculum during the academic year.

Class of 2021 Celebrates Official Major Selection at Annual Sophomore Pinning Ceremony
Students celebrated their official declaration of a major field of study at the College’s 22nd Sophomore Pinning Ceremony on Saturday, April 6 in the Jean Yawkey Center gymnasium.

Chemistry Department Earns Accreditation from American Chemical Society
Emmanuel College’s Department of Chemistry was recently accredited by the American Chemical Society (ACS), a renowned organization and the world’s largest scientific society that promotes excellence in chemistry education and serves as an authority on program evaluation in the field.

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Marian Ryan '76

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When Marian Ryan '76 was a student at Emmanuel in the 1970s, she did not foresee that she would become a veteran prosecutor, let alone serve in her current role as District Attorney of Middlesex County, Massachusetts. Still, the Political Science and English double-major gained an appreciation for the impact of the public servant and of being in “a position where you can set policy and really affect people’s lives every day,” she says. Today Ryan works to ensure the protection of 1.7 million people in 54 cities and towns in the Commonwealth.

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