Kenneth Chan will Present at the Garcia Research Scholar Program Symposium at Stony Brook University
Kenneth Chan has spent the last seven weeks with approximately 300 other students participating in an intensive program for gifted high school students at the Garcia Research Scholar Program located at Stony Brook University. The students have spent their time performing research on the forefronts of polymer science and technology as well as working in research teams. They are taught to make contributions of interest to the scientific community and are encouraged to publish in scientific journals and present their results at national conferences.
At the end of the seven week program, the students will present their results at the Annual Summer Research Symposium at Stony Brook University. The symposium will be held this Wednesday, August 9, 2017 from 9:30am to 2:00pm in the Student Activities Center, Ballroom A. The opening Address will be Dr. Elaine DiMasi, a physicist and musical arrangements will be by the Garcia Students and conducted by Dr. John Luckner Jerome.
We are very proud of Kenneth Chan and look forward to seeing his research being presented in one of many national competitions (LISEF, NYCSEF, NYSSEF, ISEF), published in refereed journals, awarded patents or even perhaps inducted into the National Young Inventor's Hall of Fame.
We congratulate Kenneth Chan for his outstanding rigor over the summer!
Submitted by: Jodie Spinale High School Science Coordinator