As part of the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference's (CACC) "Inspiring Courses" series, student-athletes throughout the league were asked about the class that had the biggest impact on their academic career.
Here is what University of the Sciences sophomore golfer Andy Ring had to say:
"The class that had the biggest impact on my academic career was my researched-based freshman biology lab called SEAPHAGES. This lab combined a traditional teaching lab with actual bacteriophage research. Because the class was research based, I was tasked to analyze unexpected results and troubleshoot failed experiments. These skills are essential to excel both at USciences and in the field of Biology in general. This experience confirmed to me that I want to pursue a career in research biology."