Student Research Winners to Represent
Cal State Fullerton at CSU Competition
May 1, 2003 :: No. 224
Three undergraduate students with a knack
for conducting sophisticated research are winners of the Cal State
Fullerton Student Research Competition and will represent the university
at the 17th annual CSU Student Research Competition May 2-3 at CSU
Each of the students received a $250 prize. All three
are from the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics.
The students and their projects are:
• Lawrence Gray of Placentia, senior biological science major,
“Theoretical Study on Deamination of Cytosine Glycol by Hydroxide
Ion - Water Clusters.” Mentor: Fu-Ming Tao, associate professor
of chemistry and biochemistry.
• Tram Hoang of Garden Grove, senior mathematics major, “Neonatal
Jaundice: Its Mathematical Model and Treatments.” Mentor:
Charles H. Lee, assistant professor of mathematics.
• Cynthia B. Gilley of Chino Hills, senior chemistry major,
“Pathways of Iron Absorption and Transport in the Caco2 Cell
Intestinal Model.” Mentor: Maria Linder, professor of chemistry
Judges were: Sylvia Alva, assistant vice president
for Academic Programs; Joe Arnold, associate dean of the College
of the Arts; Tom Johnson, associate dean of academic affairs for
the College of Business and Economics; Katrin Harich, associate
dean of administration for the College of Business and Economics;
Fred Zandpour, associate dean of the College of Communications;
David Falconer, associate dean of the College of Engineering and
Computer Science; Ray Young, associate dean of the College of Humanities
and Social Sciences; David Fromson, associate dean of the College
of Natural Sciences and mathematics; and Ellen Junn, associate dean
of the College of Human Development and Community Service.
||Dave Reid, Public Affairs, at 657-278-4855
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