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2019 spring semester SULI and CCI students.

Seven students are participating in Ames Laboratory's 2019 spring Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships and Community College Internships programs. Students include (L to R) Michael Gal (CCI) and Haley French, Brian Ensign, Katrina Fauser, Charles Ward, Katelyn Baumler, and Tyler Del Rose (SULI).  

Three students completed the fall 2018 Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships (SULI) program at Ames Laboratory.  Shown (L to R): Qisheng Lin (mentor), Devin Shelds (student), Durga Paudyal (mentor), Brian Ensign (student), Joe Guitterez (student), and Kyuil Cho (mentor).   

Scientist Rob McQueeney gives a presentation to  first-year Honors students at ISU.

Scientist Rob McQueeney explains his research related to AmesLaboratory's new Center for the Advancement of Topoligical Semimetals (CATS) to members of Iowa State University's first-year Honors program.  McQueeney leads the CATS program for Ames Laboratory.

ISU Science Bound students pose outside after partipating in interactive science displays at Ames Laboratory.  For more on their visit and to see photos go to this page:

Former SULI student (2010 and 2011) Justin Conrad (left) poses with Steve Karsjen (Laboratory Education Director) after announcing he'll graduate with his PhD from Iowa State in December 2018.

Justin Conrad (2010, 2011 SULI) and graduate student of Dr. Mark Gordon stopped into the Education and Outreach office to announce he will graduate with his PhD from ISU in December 2018.  Justin's co-authored paper, "Proton Transfer in 1,2,4-Triazolium Dinitramide:  Effect of Aqueous Microsolvation" has been published in the Journal of Physical Chemsitry.  The paper is on research partially performed during Justin's Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships (SULI) experiences.  Following graduation, Justin (right) with Laboratory Education Director Steve Karsjen (left) will begin at Ames Laboratory as a post doc.   

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