Young Research Scholars to Present a Poster Session at Cal State L.A.
What: California State University, Los Angeles will host the American Chemical SocietyÂs Second Annual Project SEED Poster Session, featuring presentations by young Project SEED scholars as well as by participants from other campus research programs. Project SEED is a summer research fellowship program in chemistry and biochemistry for local high school students.
Who: SEED I (new scholars): Magaly Hernandez (Lincoln HS) Â Dr. Garcia, Biochemistry, CSULA Daniel Luu (Mark Keppel HS) Â Dr. Selke, Organic Photochemistry, CSULA Esheonn Conner (Dorsey HS) Â Dr. Tikkanen, Organometallic Chemistry, CSULA Erika Bahena (Lincoln HS) Â Dr. Grover, Biochemistry, CSULA Shannon Smith (Dorsey HS) Â Dr. Ba, Physical Chemistry, CSULA Luis Pedraza (Lincoln HS) Â Dr. Vellanoweth, Biochemistry, CSULA
SEED II (participated last year): Rayshonda Williams (Dorsey HS) Â Dr. Foster, Physical Chemistry, CSULA Cassondra Valdovinos (Lincoln HS) Â Dr. Gutierrez, Organic Chemistry, CSULA
SEED I Adjunct: Ashley Arrington (Middle College HS) Â Dr. Foster, Physical Chemistry, CSULA Saul Holguin (Thunderbird HS, Phoenix) Â Dr. Tunstad, Organic Chemistry, CSULA
When: Friday, August 16, 2002, 1-4 p.m.
Where: Cal State L.A. Physical Sciences lobby. The University is located at the Eastern Avenue exit, San Bernardino Freeway, at the interchange of 10 and 710 freeways. Public permit dispenser parking is available in Lots C, F and G or upper level of Parking Structure II.
More: On admission to the program, Project SEED scholars are integrated into active research groups under the direction of chemistry and biochemistry faculty members at Cal State L.A. The nature and scope of the research project is arranged to suit the studentÂs level and interests through consultation between the adviser and the student. The SEED scholarÂs participation in research will be full time during the eight-week summer. The major benefit to the SEED scholar is the career enhancement experienced by participation in an active research group while the student is still in high school, an opportunity uncommon at most universities.
Info: For more information, call Linda Tunstad, program director, Project SEED, at (323) 343-2307.