Research Week 2018


Summer Research Week 2018

The Building Scholars 2018 Summer Research (SRW) took place from Monday, July 9, 2018 to Friday, July 13, 2018. This week-long program consisted of 10 modules from the following main discipline-specific themes: 1) Research and the Scientific Method, 2) Introduction to Nanotechnology for Renewable Green Energy, 3) Introduction to Statistical Analysis, 4) Writing and the Peer Review Process, 5) Introduction to the Psychology of Language and Bilingualism, 6) Research Safety, Ethics and Compliance, 7) Introduction to GPS, Mapping and Map-Making, 8) Molecular Research Tools, 9) Cops, Courts and Intelligence Interrogations, and 10) Introduction to Forensic Chemistry. The students attended morning modules from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm and afternoon modules from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Students complete 30 hours of lecture and activities to expand their research potential and experience to perform the discipline-specific research unique to their program of study.

SRW18_RubyYnalvezResearch and the Scientific Method with Dr. Ynalvez

SRW18_DeepakGantaIntroduction to Nanotechnology for Renewable Green Energy with Dr. Ganta

SRW18_PabloMoralesIntroduction to Statistical Analysis with Mr. Morales

SRW18_EdizaGarciaWriting and the Peer Review Process with Dr. Garcia

SRW18_AnnaCieslickaIntroduction to the Psychology of Language and Bilingualism with Dr. Cieslicka

SRW18_CelesteKiddResearch Safety, Ethics and Compliance with Ms. Kidd

SRW18_AndrewHilburnIntroduction to GPS, Mapping and Map-Making with Dr. Hilburn

SRW18_SebastianSchmidlMolecular Research Tools with Dr. Schmidl

SRW18_KateHoustonCops, Courts and Intelligence Interrogations with Dr. Houston

SRW18_AlfredAddoMensahIntroduction to Forensic Chemistry with Dr. Addo-Mensah