Culturing sulfamethoxazole resistant bacteria from environmental samples? Yes, you read that right -- and it's just one of 35 abstracts that will be presented at our third annual science and engineering symposium on Tuesday, May 15, from 4:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. in the Weeks science building.
Parents, grandparents, friends, and others in the community are welcome to drop by – we have plenty of easy parking and refreshments will be served. Don't miss this showcase of student research - you will be inspired!
According to science department faculty, training students to think like scientists is the mission of Baylor Research. At Baylor, science isn’t just about content or a body of facts, but rather a process used to generate and confirm new knowledge. This principle of experiential learning guides the Baylor Research program and is evident in laboratory spaces, particularly the molecular biology research lab and engineering research lab. This event will showcase student work and highlight our approach to learning.
Exhibits will be spread over two floors of Weeks, and students will be on hand to explain their work and answer questions. Entries will be judged by a panel that place at 7:15 p.m. and includes Alexis Bogo ’89, Dr. Matt Brock ’91, Alyssa Evans ’16, Dr. Manuel Santiago, and Dr. Edward Buiel.