The 2019 Aresty Summer Science Program will culminate with a poster session, held on Thursday, August 1st in the Busch Student Center, MPR. 35 first-year students will share their findings after the ten-week program.
The Summer Science Program is an intensive, full-time, on-campus research experience for Rutgers-New Brunswick rising sophomores only. Students are matched with faculty mentors from a diverse array of scientific disciplines. Participants learn about the process of research by working with their mentors in the laboratory and by participating in workshops, seminars, and social events. Students attended various professional development seminars including a graduate school / medical school panel and fellowship information session with Dr. Art Casciato, director of Rutgers Office of Distinguished Fellowships.
Some of this year's projects include, "Electrochemical Oxidation of Fuels with Molecular Catalysts," "Bank Supervision and Financial Stability," and "Impacts of Plants on Water Quality in Residential Green Infrastructure."
Please use the QR code below to access the 2019 Summer Science flip book containing the full list of students and presentations on August 1st from 10:30-1:00PM.