"After graduating from ASU, I will be pursuing an MD at Harvard Medical School. The ASU Chapter of the Triple Helix provided an invaluable venue for me to develop my abilities to communicate, articulate, and synthesize my views on science, society, and medicine. Few other organizations offer undergraduates the experience of authoring a peer-reviewed article. As I progress through my medical career, my experiences writing for TTH will serve as a foundation for my continued interest in writing about medicine."
- Josh Niska, Contributing Writer, Fall 2009/Spring 2010
"After my undergraduate studies at ASU, I entered the PhD program in Economics at the University of Pennsylvania and have just finished my first year. As an undergraduate I studied Environmental Economics and, during my studies, I became familiar with the economics of global climate change. After hearing about the Triple Helix from friends, I decided it would be the perfect vehicle for me to share some of the things I had learned in my research. The editorial staff were supportive and encouraging. And, more, the opportunity to publish, the tactile return from research, helped encourage me to continue on to a PhD program. I plan to go on with economics -- either in academe, industry, or government -- and I definitely believe that the Triple Helix was a part of my decision to pursue scientific research."
- Garth Baughman, Contributing Writer, Spring 2008
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