Marlowe Keller will graduate from the University of Washington in a virtual ceremony on Saturday, June 13. Marlowe will graduate with a Bachelor’s of Science in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology with a minor in English writing. During her time at UW, she worked as an undergraduate research assistant in the Department of Biology and co-authored a meta-analysis on achievement gaps in active learning that was published in PNAS. In her junior year, she was the Vice President of Membership of the Beta Beta Beta Biology Club and Honor Society and served as the chapter President during her senior year. She also was a mentor to STEM students through the Washington State Opportunity Scholarship. Marlowe currently works at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in a lab studying metastatic breast cancer where she will be promoted to a full-time research technician after graduation.