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UM-Dearborn hosts Science Exploration Day

Submitted by on July 12, 2011 – 7:16 amNo Comment

UM-Dearborn Science Exploration DayDavid Susko (center, standing in blue shirt), director of the Environmental Interpretive Center, discusses some of the Center’s sustainability initiatives with more than 80 students and guests during Science Exploration Day on Tuesday, June 28.

The event—organized by the Science Learning Center, the Office of Admissions and Orientation and the EIC—educated prospective students about the opportunities for undergraduate research in science and introduced them to UM-Dearborn. Event participants visited some of the research laboratories in the natural sciences department and the EIC. Students also visited the laboratories of Professors Krisanu Bandyopadhyay (chemistry), Anne Danielson-Francois (biology), Peter Oelkers (biochemistry) and Sonia Tiquia (microbiology).

Photo courtesy Environmental Interpretive Center.

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