UC Irvine Undergraduate Chemistry Symposium
Conducting undergraduate research in Southern California this summer?
Mentoring undergraduate research in Southern California this summer?
If so, please join us on August 1st, for the first annual UC Irvine Undergraduate Chemistry Symposium, where you can discuss and hear the latest about chemistry and graduate programs with your peers from UC Irvine and other research institutions.
The schedule is expected to include the following.
Natural Sciences II, Room 1201
Wednesday, August 1, 2012.
Keynote address, Prof. David Van Vranken (UC Irvine)
Molecular Engineering: From Biological Reactions to Transition Metal Catalysis
|1:30||Tours of UC Irvine labs and facilities|
Closing address, Dr. Eric Potma (UC Irvine)
Cholesterol Gone Wrong
All undergraduate attendees are asked to bring a poster describing their research. Lunch will be provided. Faculty will be given the option of further discussions with UCI faculty in place of the lab tours.
Poster presenters: please format your poster to fit on a 48"x48" board.
We look forward to an exciting day of scientific exchange!
Prof. Gregory Weiss
Vice Chair for Graduate Affairs
Department of Chemistry, UC Irvine
one day - General $10 (can be purchased on the same day from a kiosk or automated dispenser, located on the following maps)