The goal of the Sustaining Excellence in Research Scholars program is to introduce STEM students to the world of science and engineering early in their career by matching them with research internships, providing additional tutoring for students that have fewer than nine STEM AP credits, and engaging the students in a diverse community of scholars.
Congratulations to Allie Skinkle for winning one of the Top Poster awards for the IBB Summer Undergraduate Poster Symposium held on August 5, 2016.
Congratulations to SER Scholar Allie Skinkle for publishing a paper titled “Polyunsaturated Lipids Regulate Membrane Domain Stability by Tuning Membrane Order” in Biophysical Journal. Allie is a SER Scholar in the Levental Lab and a Sophomore in Biochemistry & Cell Biology.
Congratulations to SER Scholar and Board Member David Yalacki for co-authoring a paper titled “Open-Source Selective Laser Sintering (OpenSLS) of Nylon and Biocompatible Polycaprolactone” in PLOS ONE. The paper was featured on Rice News. David has been working in the Miller Lab as part of the SER Scholars Program since February 2015. He is a Junior in Bioengineering […]
SER Scholar Angél Garcés’s research poster was awarded the third place Smalley Prize for Nanotechnology in the Spring 2015 Rice University Undergraduate Research Symposium and Third Place in the Summer 2015 IBB Summer Undergraduate Research Symposium. Based on his experience with the SER Scholar’s program, he has also been hired as an Undergraduate Research Assistant in […]