Noah Seabrook ’17 (right), pre-med biology major and honors student, discusses his research project poster about cardiac glycosides with chemistry professor Casey Raymond on Sept. 4 at the Summer 2015 Scholarly and Creative Activities Symposium in Sheldon Hall Ballroom. Among the programs represented were faculty-student Challenge Grants, student-faculty Scholarly and Creative Activity Grants, Global Laboratory and high school scholars who benefited from summer work on the SUNY Oswego campus. The Summer Scholars program is supported by The Fund for Oswego.
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