2016 Gibbons Fellows Use Technology to Solve Complex Problems

This summer, 11 students are using and adapting technology to explore interdisciplinary areas and foster “fresh approaches to the study of complex problems.” They are collaborating with professors in a range of disciplines, from government to art and neuroscience. Their work is funded by the Gibbons Summer Research Program, which was established by John A. Gibbons, Jr. ’64 to encourage interdisciplinary thinking and work.


Bowdoin’s 2016 Gibbons Fellows by Bowdoin College on Exposure

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