Hartwick College Center for Craft Food & Beverage Center Intern
Emily Coscomb ’18 participated in a four-week internship in the Hartwick College Center for Craft Food & Beverage in January 2018. Her project involved implementing and validating testing protocols for molecular diagnostic identification of beer spoilage bacteria using automated DNA-based detection methods.
Biology major, Psychology and Chemistry minors
CCFB Lab Assistant Intern; Chemistry Tutor
Hometown: Tbilisi, The Republic of Georgia
“Hartwick is a great school, the fact that it is small is important to me. You get to know many people on a personal level and connect with them in a way that would be impossible in a big school. The professors are my inspiration and I look up to them trying to learn as much as I can from them. Hartwick gave me mentors that I will be thankful for the rest of my life.
The first day I had a biology lecture from Dr. Peter Fauth and was amazed at how well he teaches. As time progressed, I gotten to know him better and he has helped me push harder when I needed it most.”