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“Ever since I can remember, science has been my calling,” asserted Keely Ford ’14 of Morganton, N.C., who came to Gardner-Webb University to develop her skills in scientific research. “I primarily focused on wild life biology and ecology,” she added. “The ocean was my second home. From around 10 years old, I have been studying and learning more and more about marine life.”
Baxter (Marion NC), biology, Chemistry, Dr. Stefka Eddins, GWU Department of Natural Sciences, Keely Ford, microbiology, Wrigley Institute
Office of University Communications, "Research Opportunities Prepared GWU Alumna for Job in Microbiology" (2017). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 657.