Congratulations to JustOne Crosby for taking second place in the Undergraduate Poster Presentation in Chemistry and Chemical Sciences at the Emerging Researchers National Conference in Washington, D.C. Crosby, a paper engineering major, has been a part of the Michigan Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (MI-LSAMP) program since enrolling at WMU as a freshman in fall 2015. He had a summer research experience at Wayne State University in 2016 sponsored by MI-LSAMP through its grant from the National Science Foundation, and he has continued his research with MI-LSAMP support while at WMU. Crosby also is a student ambassador for the college.
“We have been very pleased with JustOne’s research efforts as part of MI-LSAMP,” said Dr. Andrew Kline, site director of MI-LSAMP at Western Michigan University. “He is very dedicated to his undergraduate research project, and he has done a great job presenting project outcomes at several conference events.”