Published March 15, 2018
DC3 Bridges Program students Vanessa Hernandez and Carmen Del Real, accompanied by Program Sponsor Elizabeth Wallace, traveled to Washington DC, February 22nd-24th, to present their LSAMP research that they completed last summer to the Emerging Researcher’s Conference. “We are all so extremely proud of these young women,” Wallace said.The Bridges Program also has seven graduating sophomores who were recently admitted to K-State’s Developing Scholars Program. The program is competitive and provides excellent resources as the students continue their STEM journey at KSU. “They will be conducting research this summer,” Wallace stated, “and will work in research laboratories on the KSU campus during their tenure at KSU.”The Bridges sophomores who have been admitted to the Developing Scholars Program are: Bryant Avila; Carmen Del Real; Vanessa Hernandez; Elena Carlos; Laura Soto; Yesenia Herrera; and Leonardo Garrido Alvarez. This group will also be attending the New England Science Symposium on April 8th at Harvard Medical School in Boston, MA.
Pictured: Carmen Del Real and Vanessa Herenandez