Six DSU INCLUDES undergraduate students made presentation on the 45th Honors Day, April 20, 2018, Delaware State University, in Dover, DE.
Nicole Miletti and David Kingsley, “Assessment of Infectivity of Human Norovirus Detected within Oyster Tissues”
Emily Uche, Amanda Abbott, Karuna Chintapenta, Gulnihal Ozbay , “Developing Skillset for Scientific Methods and Protocols: How Internship in Environmental Health Lab Will Further My STEM Education?”
Joshua Patterson and Aristides Marcano, “Pump-probe photothermal mirror Z-scan experiment”
Arnyah Brown-Countess and Aristides Marcano, “Diode-Laser-Induced Raman Spectroscopy of Organic Solvents”
Naishaun T. Blakely and Aristides Marcano, “Principles and Current Perspectives of Wind Power Generation”
Demola Onifade and Aristides Marcano, “Solar Power for a Sustainable Humanity”
On the photo below – Mr. Joshua Patterson presenting
Dr. Chi Lu explaining solar energy to students of the Smyrna Elementary School in Smyrna, DE, May 5, 2018
Dr. Serpil Guran, Director EcoComplex, presented the seminar “Clean Energy Innovation Center”, Rutgers EcoIgnite: Clean Technology Proof of Concept Center & Accelerator Program. on April 5, 2018 in the auditorium of the College of Agriculture and Related Sciences
A group of four DSU INCLUDES students, Arnyah Brown-Countess, Tyler Rembert, Naishaun Blakely, and Demola Onifade, attended the Annual Convention of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) this March 21-25, 2018 in Pittsburg, PA. Mr. Blakely and Mr. Onifade presented posters at the Technical Section of the Conference.
Naishaun Blakely presented “The Incoming Green Energy Revolution: Principles and Current Perspectives of Wind Power Generation”
The registration for the DSU NSF INCLUDES summer research programs for undergraduate, K-12 students and teachers has been opened. The deadline for the registration is April 15, 2018.
Dr. Fen Jiao presented the seminar “Electrochemical conversion of CO2 to valuable chemicals” at Delaware State University this past March 1, 2018.
Junior students from the Delaware State University Early College High School visited the facilities of the Renewable Energy Education Center on February 26, 2018.
The National Science Foundation awarded the NSF INCLUDES DDLP: Expanding Diversity in Energy and Environmenta; Sustainability by the Creation of Learning Opportunities for Minority Students in the Mid-Atlantic Regiom" to Delaware State University in September 15, 2017.
In the photo below: left - Dr. Mohammad Khan (co-PI), center-left - Dr. Aristides Marcano (PI), center right Dr. Gulnihal Ozbay (Co-PI) and right - Dr. Gabriel Gwanmesia (CO-PI).