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Student-Faculty Research in the Sciences

The Staff Senate and the Office of Human Resources invite all staff and faculty to the Communication Symposium.
March 6, 2018

The Staff Senate and the Office of Human Resources are honored to invite all staff and faculty to The University of Scranton Communication Symposium.

TUESday, March 20, 2018 11:30 a.m. to 12:50 p.m.

The Rose Room, Brennan Hall 509

A light lunch is provided.

 

This semester, we welcome the opportunity to hear about Student-Faculty Research in the Sciences from the following guest presenters and their students:

  • George R. Gomez, Ph.D. is a faculty member in the Biology Department. He will explain how central research is at the undergraduate level to allow our undergraduate students to take a critical step at a point when they are learning and mastering the fundamentals of a specific discipline. His presentation will focus on how his students and him take advantage of the facilities and resources at our undergraduate institution to create an environment that enables our students to conduct top-notch research that makes them competitive with students from larger A-1 research universities.

  • Nicholas P. Truncale is a faculty member of the Department of Physics and Electrical Engineering. Nicholas will discuss his years of experience collaborating on FSRP projects with students with project topics ranging from analyzing the visible spectra of rocket fuel to creating a patented experimental device that allows a deaf student to visualize sound.

  • Students from the College of Arts and Sciences that are currently involved in student-faculty research.

Please RSVP at scranton.edu/StaffSenate

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