The California Space Grant Consortium is pleased to announce the seventh in a series of Undergraduate Engineering Seminars, designed to introduce undergraduate students to funded research opportunities.
Upcoming seminar will be Wednesday, April 23, 2014 @ 3:00PM
- Speaker: Celine Liong, Nanoengineering, UCSD
- Where: UC San Diego’s Jacobs Hall, Room 2512, Henry G. Booker Room
Topic: Celine will discuss the benefits of being involved in undergraduate research and the engineering community. She will examine how her participation in research has helped her to build a network of supportive mentors consisting of both peers and faculty, as well as prepare her for her future doctoral studies. She will focus on her research experiences integrating nanotechnology in different applications, such as drug delivery development and solar cell fabrication. She will also cover how research and her involvement in the Society for Women Engineers (SWE) provided her with opportunities to travel, attend conferences and communicate the significance of her research projects to both academia and industry.
Bio: Celine Liong is a fourth year student studying Nanoengineering at UCSD. She has participated in undergraduate research in a variety of settings. Celine has co-authored one publication and she has several manuscripts currently under review. A long time member of SWE, Celine has served as the president of the UCSD chapter and is now acting as a collegiate senator for the national society. After graduation, she plans to use her research and leadership skills to pursue a PhD.
For more information, please call Becky Howard; (858) 822-1597
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