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Weber Science in the Caribbean


    When I graduated high school, I chose to attend a different University. I had no declared major, struggled in my large classes, and ultimately found little success there. After a year, I transferred to Weber State and declared my major in chemistry. As a chemistry major, I have been lucky to be a part of the College of Science for several years. I am grateful for the individuality of the instruction here. I was always scared to be a STEM major, but I always had an interest in the sciences. I’ve felt that fear go away as I’ve been supported in my classes and my future goals by the entire chemistry department. They instilled in me the confidence to do other scary things, like going to the Caribbean to do research. I don’t think I would’ve been able to go without that foundation.

Natalie Madsen, chemistry major
March 16, 2023

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