2012 Summer Science Research Program
Summer, 2012


Undergraduate research initiatives are central to the College's approach to science education. All science majors are encouraged to conduct mentored research projects during the summer and/or academic year, and each year over 50% of all science majors do so. Students receive stipends for summer research and academic credit for research performed in the junior and senior years. Since 1989, each summer the College has provided 35+ students with ten-week research stipends to conduct independent research under the guidance of Bryn Mawr faculty members in the sciences and mathematics. The summer program is enriched by professional development workshops and a poster session at which students present their research to the college community.

Information will be posted soon about activities, speakers and events for this summer.

 

Summer Science Research 2012

Summer Program Calendar

The Ann Lutes Johnson Visiting Speaker Series will include talks by invited scientists in the Ely Room at Wyndham, with receptions to follow. All talks will be scheduled for 4:00 pm, visitor schedules allowing.

 

May 21                           Program Start Date

May 24                           Screening of the film "Losing Control"

May 25                            Program Orientation

                                                   Sessions on scientific ethics and lab etiquette

May 25                            Luncheon and seminar with Valerie Weiss, Ph. D.

                                                    Writer, producer and director of "Losing Control"

May 30&31                    Lab Safety Training          

June   18                        Student Abstract Deadline (Online submission)

June  25                         Visiting Speaker Dr. Susan Horwitz ( Ely Room)

                                                      "Taxol, Tubulin and Tumors"

July  12                          Alumnae Career Panel (Ely Room)

July  18                          Visiting Speaker Dr. Katherine Kuchenbecker (D-V Room)

                                            "Tactile Acceleration Cues for Haptic and Robotic Systems"

July 27                           Program End Date

August    5                     Student Poster Deadline (Online submission)

Sept.  14        11am-3pm         Research Poster Symposium

 

Participants and their Research:

Biology

Chemistry

Computer Science

Geology

Mathematics

Physics

Psychology