Undergraduate Researcher Xiaona Zhou is Salutatorian for 2020-2021

Xiaona Zhou, Salutatorian of the class of 2020-2021
Xiaona Zhou, Salutatorian of the class of 2020-2021

Xiaona Zhou, Salutatorian of City Tech’s class of 2020-2021, is an undergraduate researcher. Majoring in Applied Mathematics, she worked on multiple undergraduate research projects. Learn more about Xiaona from City Tech News.

Want to know more about Xiaona’s research projects? She has kindly shared all her posters in Academic Works.

Her article with Prof. Kostadinov in STAR Protocols has now been added to Academic Works so take a look!

May 28 Event: CRSP Town Hall on COVID and Global Equity

CUNY Research Scholars Program is offering an exciting program on May 28!
Register Here

COVID-19 Outbreak World Map per Capita

Rapha√ęl Dunant, Gajmar (maintainer), CC BY 4.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

This town hall event, featuring speakers from Brazil, Egypt, Guatemala, Peru, South Africa, and the United States, will be of interest to undergraduate researchers and their mentors, particularly those interested in how the pandemic has affected people in less affluent countries as well as disadvantaged groups in the United States (for example, the incarcerated).
As rich countries vaccinate their populations and prepare to reopen, many poorer countries and vulnerable populations in the US are struggling for vaccine access. On Friday, May 28th, the CUNY Research Scholars Program (CRSP) will host a Town Hall event to discuss the COVID-19 pandemic and global equity issues. 
 
This forum will consist of three panels and include speakers from Brazil, Egypt, Guatemala, Peru, South Africa, and the United States. The US speakers will address vaccine access issues among migrants at the US borders, people in US prisons and jails, and vulnerable populations in US cities.  Speakers will also address the gendered impacts of COVID-19, especially in Venezuela and Colombia. 
 
Please click here for an updated version of the flyer, which contains the schedule of panels, speaker bios, and a registration link.
An abbreviated version of the flyer is attached.
 
This event is free and open to everyone. Please circulate widely within your networks. All faculty, administrators, students, and members of the community are encouraged to attend.
 
We hope to see you on May 28th! 

Student Undergraduate Researchers: make a home for your poster in Academic Works!

Students participating in City Tech’s various undergraduate research, honors, and  emerging scholars initiatives are invited and encouraged to submit their posters to CUNY Academic Works. Academic Works preserves your poster and, more importantly, provides you a stable link to your work that you can add to your resume, CV, or portfolio!

What is CUNY Academic Works? CUNY Academic Works is an online repository of research, scholarship, and creative works produced by the CUNY community. All content in CUNY Academic Works is freely available to everyone, and if
someone searches your name or research topic using Google, there’s a good chance your work will be in the search results! step-by-step guide to submitting to Academic Works for student posters


This poster won 1st place for outstanding group research project in the spring 2018 Honors and Undergraduate Research Scholars Poster Presentation. Academic Works provides a permanent virtual home for the poster and makes it easy to find the poster via Google.

Group research team poster winner, Spring 2018

Group research team poster winner, Spring 2018

Winning poster for group research as it appears in Academic Works

Winning poster for group research as it appears in Academic Works

 

 

Questions? Contact me! Prof. Monica Berger mberger@citytech.cuny.edu. More information available at http://cityte.ch/poster