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Washington University

  • AIChE: Professor Cynthia Lo is currently the Faculty Advisor for the student chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Washington University is a member of the Mid-America Region, and recently hosted the 2012 Regional Student Conference.
  • PARC: Professor Cynthia Lo is the Seminar Chair (and a Principal Investigator) for the Photosynthetic Antenna Research Center. Seminars are typically held monthly on Tuesdays during the academic year and are broadcast on Adobe Connect. Jing Jiang is a co-chair for the student and postdoc seminar series.
  • AGES: Sándor Kovács served as the President of the Association for Graduate Engineering Students.

Professional Societies

K-12 Education

  • Institute for School Partnership: Professor Cynthia Lo is a Faculty Fellow who serves on an informal advisory group for the consideration of established projects and new ideas, for integrating the many strands of the University and community, and for optimizing K-12 efforts. She has also developed educational activities for the Washington University Campus Y (part of the YMCA of Greater St. Louis) and the Gifted Resource Council.
  • Gephardt Institute for Public Service: Professor Cynthia Lo is a Faculty Scholar (Innovation Grant Recipient) for the E33 401 (FL11) course. Undergraduate students participating in this course visited Hong Kong and China during the summer to learn about energy and environmental issues, and then leveraged their knowledge to develop outreach activities for middle school students at KIPP: Inspire Academy and Brittany Woods Middle School.
  • KIPP: Inspire Academy: Professor Cynthia Lo and five Washington University undergraduates coached KIPP students preparing for the MO Region 6 Science Olympiad competition. KIPP teams placed 11th and 12th out of 15 teams (including 5th place in "Keep the Heat", among other events) in the 2012 competition.
  • Brittany Woods Middle School: Professor Cynthia Lo and four Washington University undergraduates developed an after-school activity, "My Space, My World", to teach BWMS students about energy and environmental issues.
  • Maplewood-Richmond Heights Middle School: Will Bricker was a Graduate Student Volunteer during a week-long solar energy outreach activity organized by PARC and the Institute for School Partnership.

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