Raymond Allen ’15 earns Dean’s Award at Duke University

Raymond Allen ’15 of Durham, North Carolina, was featured on the website of Duke University’s graduate school March 11, 2019. Allen, a Ph.D. candidate in developmental and stem cell biology, has been awarded a Dean’s Award for Excellence in Mentoring.

He has formally mentored two undergraduate students. He also has “demonstrated his dedication to mentorship through his activism and leadership in several on-campus organizations,” the article states.

In his work, Allen is investigating cell reprogramming and mouth formation in sea urchin embryos. He majored in chemistry-biology at Ripon College.


Related Posts

William Penterman '18

William Penterman ’18 wins special election for 37th Assembly District

Republican William Penterman ’18 of Columbus, Wisconsin, was elected to District 37 of the Wisconsin State Assembly in a special election held July 13. His […]

Whitney Meza, Class of

Whitney Levash Meza ’09 completes cross-country motorcycle odyssey

Whitney Levash Meza ’09 of Ripon, Wisconsin, was featured in a recent article in the Ripon Commonwealth newspaper. “48 States in 10 Days: Ripon resident […]

Laura Schultz '93

Musical activities of Laura Schultz ’93 featured in newsletter

A personal profile of Laura Schultz ’93 is featured in the July issue of the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia newsletter. The newsletter’s Off Campus series […]

Therace M. Risch ’94 promoted in executive leadership position

Therace M. Risch ’94 of Frisco, Texas, has been promoted to executive vice president and chief information and technology officer at American Electric Power. The […]

Raymond Allen '15

 


Related Areas of Study