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Class of 2013: A lifetime interest in science, with flexibility for Plan B

Scotia-Glenville graduate Emily Houlihan is shown during a winter hiking trip.
Scotia-Glenville graduate Emily Houlihan is shown during a winter hiking trip.
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It began with a second-grade experiment to balance levers on a fulcrum. Then it was building terrariums and aquariums. Some days it was lazily perusing a book about the universe that her parents left laying around. Eventually it was her teachers’ encouragement and her uncle’s science lab in San Diego and then a Science Research in the High School program sponsored by the University at Albany. Emily Houlihan’s love of science is the lifelong kind. ...


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