Student takes 2nd place in poster presentation at national conference

JustOne Crosby at the Emerging Researchers National Conference in Washington, D.C.

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.”