To learn more about the research that has been done through Excel! and the success of its alumni, check out these Newsroom stories:
- Tamu Lajebo and Dr. Aura Wharton Beck on their Mentor-Mentee relationship and sustainability education in K-12 schools.
- Bontu Gemeda, a 2018-2019 scholar, and Dr. David Willard; Mentor-Mentee: Finding a Path Through History.
- The 2018-2019 Excel! Scholars were featured for their participation in the Excel! Research Scholars Summer Symposium, July 2018.
- Stephanie Garcia ’17 was fully funded for her Biomedical Sciences PhD track at Rutgers.
- Dustyn Montgomery '20 talked about how Excel! helped him lauch his academic career.
- Jonathan Santos ’17 researched how race can influence memes.
- Divine Zheng ’18 researched how high schools teach the civil rights movement.
- Ashley DeMaio ’18 researched if thinking in third person would help make courtroom sentencing fairer.
- Thao Do ’17 researched whether we remember notes better when we take them on a computer or by hand.
- An overview of the 2015 Journey for Justice trip.
- Sandy Moran-Pulles ’11 helped formulate math interventions as part of the Minnesota Math Corps.
- Kelsey Benton ’15 researched whether people with depression have different stress responses than those who don’t have depression.
- Robin Willenbring ’12, who just completed her PhD through the Mayo Clinic, did science education outreach during her time there.
- Shanea Turner-Smith '14, gives a voice to multi-racial experiences.