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» Preview Day - Fowler School and Schmid College Overview

Panelists

Welcome to the Preview Day Overview Session for Fowler School of Engineering and Schmid College of Science and Technology! Deans Jason Keller and Andrew Lyon will lead the session and moderate a lively Q & A between the audience and our student panelists.

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Dr. Jason Keller

Interim Dean, Schmid College of Science and Technology
Keck Center for Science and Engineering, Office 143
Ph.D. in Biological Sciences from University of Notre Dame. Expertise: Carbon Cycling; Ecology; Global Change; Greenhouse Gases; Peatland; Salt Marsh
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Dr. Andrew Lyon

Founding Dean, Dale E. and Sarah Ann Fowler School of Engineering
Hashinger Science Center, Office 218
Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry from Northwestern University. Expertise: Microgels; Hydrogels; Colloid Chemistry; Nanomaterials; Regenerative Medicine
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Christina Berardi

Senior
B.S. in Computer Science with a minor in Business Analytics
Christina's internships include a software development internship with Hewlett Packard, and a technical internship with the Aerospace Corporation. She is a member of the Machine Learning and Assistive Technologies (MLAT) Lab on campus, where she works on text analysis. Post-graduation, Christina is looking forward to working as a cyber engineer at the Aerospace Corporation.
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Daniel Chang

Senior
B.S. in Chemistry, with a minor in Computational Science
Daniel is the lab manager for Dr. de Bruyn's Lab (Analytical Chemistry), an undergraduate researcher in organic methodology with Dr. Allegra-Liberman Martin, and an undergraduate researcher in chemical education with Dr. O. Maduka Ogba. He already has a publication credit in a peer-reviewed journal and has worked as a SURF Fellow with Dr. Justin O'Neill. Daniel is the Chemistry program peer advisor, a Student Scholar Ambassador for the Chapman Center for Undergraduate Excellence, and an academic coordinator for the American Chemical Society, Chapman student chapter. After graduation, he plans to pursue a Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry.
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Collette Haddadin

Senior
B.S. in Biological Sciences with a minor in Sociology
Collette is an active researcher, with experience in neuroethological research in Dr. Wright's Marine Invertebrate Lab and as an intern with the CHOC Medical Intelligence and Innovation Institute (MI3). She is an active member of the Schmid Student Leadership Council, American Medical Student Association, Beta Beta Beta Biological Honor Society, and Chapman's Promising Futures Program. During her time at Chapman, Collette has also volunteered at St. Joseph's Hospital, Higher Ground Youth and Family Services, and Camp Conrad Chinook for Kids with Type 1 Diabetes. Following graduation, she plans to pursue a career in pediatric medicine.
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Alexandros Drivas

Sophomore
B.S. in Biological Sciences with a minor in Chemistry
Alex is an undergraduate researcher with Drs. Funk and Goldsmith, where he conducts research on cellular mechanisms that drive foliar uptake in plants. He is an active member of Phi Delta Theta, Schmid Student Leadership Council, and the Chapman C.A.R.E.S. Community. He has volunteered on behalf of the Grand Challenges Initiative, sharing his experiences with the local community and prospective students. After graduation, Alex plans to get a master's degree in Biological Engineering and work in the field of biotech.
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Morgan Holve

Junior
B.S. in Mathematics and Civil Engineering, with a minor in Music
Morgan is involved in the Chapman chapter of Women in Science and Technology (WIST) and the Math Club. She is section leader in the Chapman Pep Band and a member of the Wind Symphony and Flute Choir. Morgan will continue the Civil Engineering portion of her degree at UCI later this year.