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SWOSU Chemistry Students Present Research at ACS Meeting

April 21, 2008

Chemistry Students
Seven Southwestern Oklahoma State University chemistry majors at Weatherford recently accompanied their research advisors to the 235th American Chemical Society national meeting in New Orleans and presented poster presentations at the event. Attending were (from left): David Supeck, Tulsa (Berryhill); Neil Funwie, Weatherford; Candace Benda, Union City; Cammi Valdez, Enid; Serena Hageman, Elk City; Amy Cain, Indiahoma; and Garrett Scott, Granite.

Seven Southwestern Oklahoma State University chemistry majors at Weatherford recently accompanied their research advisors to the 235th American Chemical Society national meeting in New Orleans. 

The SWOSU contingent attended seminars, symposia, short courses, and poster sessions throughout the four-day event. The students and professors attended talks and posters sessions that were of interest to them individually, selecting from a varied and extensive set of offerings.

Additionally, each student presented a poster representing their own research. Usually, an abstract or written summary is included along with recent data and conclusions that have come from laboratory work performed by the student or group of students, under the supervision of their faculty research advisor. The poster presenter answers questions and clarifies the project goals and outcomes to interested parties.

SWOSU Assistant Professor Dr. Tim Hubin said the poster presentations were the scientific highlight of the trip for the SWOSU students and faculty, as they talked in detail about what they have worked so hard on for several semesters, or even years, in the chemistry labs at SWOSU.

SWOSU attendees included:

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