2010 Women in Science and Engineering Conference
April 30, 2010
Texas State University, San Marcos TX
The College of Science hosted its first Women in Science and Engineering (WISE) Conference on Friday, April 30, 2010.
2010 Conference Theme: "Moving women in science and engineering into the fast lane - that's WISE!"
This one-day event provided a forum for science outreach and education, networking, and showcasing faculty and student research interests. Thank you to all of our alumni, students, and faculty who joined us in celebration of women in science and engineering at Texas State University!
2010 Conference Chair
Dr. Dana Garcia
Texas State University
College of Science and Engineering, Dept. of Biology
2010 Keynote Address
Ms. Susan B Crumrine
Southwest Research Institute
Vice President, Automation and Data Systems Division
B.S., Computer Science, Southwest Texas State University, 1977
Ms. Crumrine Bio and Keynote Address
2010 Student Poster Session Winners
Congratulations to our poster session and scholarship award recipients for their fine academic and research performance!
Jennifer Griffin - "Phosphatidylinositol 3-Kinase mediates the ability of retinol to inhibit colon cancer cell invasion in vitro"; Jennifer N. Griffin and Michelle A. Lane, Department of Family and Consumer Sciences, Nutrition and Foods Program, Texas State University-San Marcos
Kevyn Hartgrove - "Functional characterization of SAUR proteins in Arabidopsis thaliana"; Kevyn Hartgrove, Karly Raymer, Amarah Ulghani, Brian Boyd, Sunethra Dharmasiri and Nihal Dharmasiri, Department of Biology, Texas State University-San Marcos
Jacqueline Ma - "Sperm priming, 11-ketotestosterone, and male mate preference in Poecilia mexicana"; Jacqueline Ma, Andrea Aspbury, and Caitlin Gabor, Department of Biology, Texas State University- San Marcos
2010 Scholarship Award Recipients
Danielle Faurie: Women's Giving Circle-WISE Scholarship
Nirmala Karunarathna: Women's Giving Circle-WISE Scholarship
Jacqueline Ma: Women's Giving Circle-WISE Scholarship
Elizabeth Oyeyipo: SwRI Women in Science and Engineering Scholarship