Nisbet Honors student Brooke Harrison ‘18 presented her research project titled The Effects of Ganoderma lucidum Extracts on the Viability of Cancerous vs Non-cancerous Breast Cancer Cell Lines at the South Carolina IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE) Spring Symposium in Columbia, SC. Brooke performed her research project as an incoming freshman under the supervision of Dr. Neval Erturk.
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Carrying on a Legacy of Excellence in Theatre Through the W. Hayward Ellis Memorial
Converse Theatre recently performed The Thanksgiving Play, and there is a strong sense of gratitude among the entire cast and crew. They are in their second show of this year’s …
CCW’s Second Period Project Breaks Previous Year’s Record
The Converse College For Women (CCW) had an extraordinary turnout for their second year participating in the Period Project. The Period Project increases awareness of period poverty and delivers menstrual …
Music Performance Grad Interviewed by South Carolina Voyager
Alison Hughey ’03 was recently interviewed by South Carolina Voyager, an online platform for promoting artists, creatives, makers and small businesses. After earning a degree in music performance from Converse, …