On behalf of Tara Luke and myself, a huge thank you to everyone at Stockton for helping to make this year’s NAMS Symposium such a success!
Please thank all of your students for doing such an excellent job.
Also, thank you to Dean Weiss, to Tana Tracey who helped set up the food services and location before she retired, thanks to David Dimmerman and all in A&S who helped with printing the volumes of posters, and of course the judges: Jason Shulman, Eva Baranowski, Mark Sullivan, Russ Mason, Dick Colby, and Adam Aguiar. And, last but not least, thanks to Provost Harvey Kesselman for attending the event and offering such great words of encouragement to our students.
For students and faculty involved in presenting research: follow the link to the on-line NAMS Research Symposium abstracts and locate the number of your poster. Posters are listed in alphabetical order by the first author. There will be numbers posted in the Atrium between the C&D wings on Friday, April 19, by 11:00 AM. From 11:00 AM to 2:50 PM, students should hang their posters under their designated poster number. Drs. Tara Luke and Matthew Bonnan will be available during these times to assist students with setting up their posters.
Given that we have 46 presentations, please make sure that you place your poster under the correct number that you have been assigned.
Thanks to all the students and faculty for submitting so many interesting research abstracts, and we invite the Stockton community and anyone else who can attend to come and see this work.
Just a quick post to let students and anyone in the Stockton community know that on April 19, 2013, we are hosting the Natural Sciences and Mathematics (NAMS) Research Symposium. Any students in NAMS who are actively working on faculty-sponsored research are encouraged to participate.