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Widener University congratulates Gabrielle Gehron of Honey Brook, PA 19344 for achieving dean's list status during the sping 2018 semester. Gehron, majoring in Biomedical Engineering, joined more ...Spring 2018
Widener University has announced the undergraduate students who achieved dean's list status during the fall 2017 semester. Students must earn a grade point average of 3.5 or higher during the semes...Fall 2017
Gabrielle Gehron of Honey Brook, Pa., a biomedical engineering major at Widener University, was named to the Dean's List for the fall 2015 semester. The Dean's List recognizes full-time students w...Fall 2015
Awards & Recognition
Gabrielle Gehron of Honey Brook, Pa., a biomedical engineering major at Widener University, was named to the Dean's List for the spring 2016 semester. The Dean's List recognizes full-time students...Spring 2016
Gabrielle Gehron of Honey Brook, PA was inducted into Phi Eta Sigma during Honors Week at Widener University in March. Phi Eta Sigma is a freshman honor society. Founded at the University of Illin...Spring 2016
Gabrielle Gehron of Honeybrook, , a sophomore in the newly accredited biomedical engineering program at Widener University, is gaining national attention for the research she worked on with Dr. Ani...Fall 2016
Freshman Common Reading ExperienceI was able to join a panel of faculty members in a discussion of Jayne Thompson's "Letters to my Younger Self." Topics that arose included male/female predisposition to commit crime verses society inflicting an expectation upon people due to their gender, the responsibility of a school system to prevent crime verses the impossibility of making a lasting impression if home life is erratic, and government funding of the private prison industry.Fall 2015Added by GabrielleExpand ▾
Activities & Affiliations
Widener University Biomedical Engineering Lab
Research Assistant to Dr. Anita SinghSeptember 2015 - PresentI have been working with Dr. Singh for the past several months, assisting with research inside and outside of the lab. The project I am currently assisting with concerns the leg bones of lab rats which have incurred SCI (spinal cord injuries). I am able to clean bones, break them using a three-point-bending instrument, and sort, record, and calculate results following the breakage.
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