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This year the event took place in the new state-of-the-art 250,000-square-foot Science Center, home to the departments of biology, biochemistry and biophysics, chemistry, computer science, physics and astronomy, neuroscience and psychology.
Jea Adams '21 is a Clare Boothe Luce Research Fellow. Research Area: astronomy. Faculty Mentor: Kate Follette.
The Summer Research Poster Session took place on Sept. 7, 2018, in the K. Frank Austen Biology Research Collaboration Space in the new Science Center.
Lisa Cenek ’21 (center) is a Clare Boothe Luce Research Fellow. Research Area: mathematics. Faculty Mentor: Tanya Leise.
The annual Summer Research Poster Session is an opportunity to recognize student achievement.
Lisa Cenek ’21, Yuuna Klindziuk '21 and Cindy Lopez '20 (l to r) are Clare Boothe Luce Research Fellows. Research Area: mathematics. Faculty Mentor: Tanya Leise.
Lisa Cenek ’21, Yuuna Klindziuk '21 and Cindy Lopez '20 (l to r) holding up "trading cards" featuring their faculty mentor, Tanya Leise.
Mezmur Edo '21 discussing his research with President Biddy Martin. Edo's research was supported by the Office of the Dean of the Faculty. Research Area: chemistry. Faculty Mentor: Sheila Jaswal.
Stanley Dunwell ’20 showcasing his research on vector bone disease.
Annika Lunstad ’21 is a Clare Boothe Luce Research Fellow. Research Area: physics. Faculty Mentor: David Hanneke.
Kashmeera Baboolall-Kashew ’19 explaining her research to Jonathan Friedman, professor of physics.
Juno Son ’19 sharing his summer research in the humanities.
Samantha Rydzewski ’21 is a Clare Boothe Luce Research Fellow. Research Area: computer science. Faculty Mentor: Scott Alfeld.
Margaret Chien ’20 is a Clare Boothe Luce Research Fellow. Research Area: statistics. Faculty Mentor: Nick Horton
In addition to the learning about the students' research, attendees could tour the new Science Center facility, and enjoy appetizers, hand-piped cannoli from Meriano’s Bake Shoppe and one of many science-themed treats.
Science-themed decorations contributed to the overall experience.
Mammoth footprints guided attendees into the Summer Research Poster Session.
Lisa Cenek ’21 trading "faculty cards" with another student.
Attendees were encouraged to vote for their favorite poster.