Two ND Governor’s school students worked in our group

Angeline Utomo from West Fargo Sheyenne High School in West Fargo, ND and Britney Lorrayne from Westhope High School in Westhope, ND joined our group for six weeks in June-July, 2016 being a part of ND Governor’s School 2016.
Angeline worked under the supervision of CPM graduate student Oksana Zholobko on project entitled “New Polymers for Peptides Conjugation”. Britney’s advisor was CPM graduate student Zoriana Demchuk and her project title was “Free Radical Polymerization of New Monomers from Sunflower Oil”.

North Dakota Governor’s School in Science and Mathematics is summer residential program for sophomore and junior high school students who have special aptitude and interest in science or mathematics. The Governor’s School is a concentrated and intensive academic program. Students focus on math or science activities for part of each day; they also attend classes to help develop their ability to think creatively and critically. In addition, there are organized recreational and fine arts activities in the evenings and on weekends.

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