David Dunning is a graduate of Penn (College, 2012) who majored in English and Mathematics. As a Thouron Scholar at the University of Cambridge, he combined those interests by studying for an MPhil in History and Philosophy of Science. There his research focused on the history of mathematics, particularly on the changing relationship between mathematics and other kinds of knowledge. He has recently returned to Philadelphia and is preparing to pursue a PhD in the History of Science. At CURF, he advises fellowship applicants and coordinates events for the Benjamin Franklin Scholars program.