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CI sent nine projects to the CSU Student Research Competition at CSU San Bernardino, May 1-2. Here they are gathered for the traditional Friday night dinner. Matt Cook (third from left) joined the students on the behalf of faculty.
Esmeralda Carretero presented her research at the National Association for Chicana and Chicano Studies in San Francisco, CA. Her research focused on the Future of Ethnic Studies in the local Oxnard Union School District.
Jason Bland and Samantha Freitag accept an award for their research on mercury concentration in cigarettes at the American Chemical Society undergraduate research conference in San Diego, CA, April 2015.
An Le and Courtney Mayhew present their research on whether rice contributes to mercury levels in humans at the American Chemical Society undergraduate research conference in San Diego, CA.
Current SURFers Rosalba Rocha, Esmeralda Carretero, and Lisa Clarke promoting the Fall Freshman Learning Community at Discover CI.
Jennifer Rodriguez presents her faculty-mentored research on the physiological factors that restrict young mysticetes' ability to dive.
Double Major (Biology and Psychology) Stephanie Soriano presenting her research on body mass index and leptin.
Presenting at the Phi Alpha Theta (Historical Honor Society) Southern California Regional Conference held at Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego, CA. Jaime Lapper, Christopher MacMahon, Professor Amy Caldwell, Andrew Rogers.
Ryan Schwarz (Political Science) discusses his research regarding the role of earmarks in the legislative process.
Professor Simone Aloisio with his students Corie Hill and Amber Kramer. Their poster detailing the the presence of mercury in common foodstuffs was honored with an award at the American Chemical Society annual meeting in Denver.
Robert Camin and Lisa Marie Clark present their research on congressional foreign travel and political polarization at the Western Political Science Association Meeting in Las Vegas.
Travis Hall's research focuses on the Channel Islands National Park. He is pictured with his poster at the George Wright Society Conference on National Parks and Protected Areas
Cordell Tarrant is examining the relationship between ideological polarization and campaign contributions.
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