Carolyn Cohen travels from Emory University to Caltech

Summer 2013

The Chemistry Summer Undergraduate Research Program (CSURP), has been developed by the CCHF to provide a mechanism for undergraduates to engage in C–H Functionalization research and engage in research exchange experiences.

Carolyn Cohen, an undergraduate student at Emory University who worked in the Davies Group, was the recipient of one of the 2013 CSURP fellowships and travelled to Caltech in the summer of 2013. Carolyn spent the summer working in the lab of Prof. Brian Stoltz, working on CCHF related research.

During the program Carolyn not only carried out research in the lab, but also engaged in a professional development sessions at Caltech as well as participating in CCHF virtual meetings, reporting her work, engaging with other CSURP students and the other CCHF members.

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