May 2023 News & Kudos
2023 Student Research and Creative Works Symposium
Ben Novak – Presented Ordinal Analysis of 2D Chaotic Maps
Ryan Breithaupt – Chaotic Forecasting via Artificial Intelligence
Nhat Nguyen – TARDYS Quantifiers: Extracting Temporal and Reversible Dynamical Symmetries
Nhat Nguyen – Attending and Presenting at the SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems, May 14th – 18th
Medical Lake School District STEM Night
Medical Lake School District hosted a STEM night on May 3rd that brought together area STEM experts. There were over 400 kids that attended. The Chemistry group made slime and liquid nitrogen ice cream. Physics was in attendance as well.
BEI Institute at EWU
The Bilingual Educators Initiative (BEI) is a high school teacher academy that recruits multilingual, underserved, and multicultural students to explore educational opportunities through the lens of the teaching profession. The program aims to diversify the educator workforce, close the opportunity gap, and diminish the teacher shortage by working with high school students (Recruiting Washington Teachers 2019-20 Annual Report, 2020). The Noyce Project and chemistry students helped with activities during a weeklong BEI Institute at EWU. High school students learned about social justice issues with science and made soap. As well as tie-dyed shirts and had liquid nitrogen ice cream.
Tony Masiello and EWU Undergraduate John Vant publish an Article in the Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy
Tony Masiello, along with EWU undergraduate John Vant, published the article “Analysis of the rotationally-resolved infrared spectrum of CD379Br and CD381Br between 900 and 1400 cm−1” in the Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jms.2023.111760