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Photos from the 2014 French American Workshop
June 19-20, 2014

The French American Workshop brings together the students participating in the student research program, program administrators and faculty for two days of talks, posters, tours and networking.  This year, there are approximately 20 students participating in the summer program.  Four students were sent by NBIC and the remaining ones came to Grenoble from various U.S. institutions.

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Left to Right: Alexander Hunt IV, Courtnee' Bell, Ashley Gaulding, Eric Rosenthal, Stacie Fairley, Emmabeth Parrish

Hunt, Bell, Rosenthal and Parrish are in the 2014 summer cohort. Gaulding and Fairley were in the 2012 cohort and have returned to GIANT in 2014 as a Chateaubriand Fellow or Postdoctoral Researcher, respectively. Bell and Fairley are from NBIC's partnering institution for the IRES program, Alabama State University.

Student Poster Winners

2014 French American Workshop student poster winners (right to left): 1st Place – Penn Student Emmabeth Parrish, 2nd Place – Penn Student Eric Rosenthal, 3rd Place – Case Western Student Dhruv Seshadri

 

Courtnee' Bell discusses her poster with NBIC Director, Charlie Johnson

Courtnee' Bell discusses her poster with NBIC Director, Charlie Johnson.

Emmabeth Parrish presents her research

Emmabeth Parrish presents her research and personal background to the French American Workshop audience.

Panelists, who have participated in a past cohort of the program and have returned in 2014

Panelists, who have participated in a past cohort of the program and have returned in 2014, share their impressions of doing research in Grenoble. (Penn/Alabama State students affiliated with the NBIC program: E. Rosenthal (left), Ashley Gaulding (3rd from left), Stacie Fairley (5th from left)

NBIC Director Charlie Johnson starts his talk

NBIC Director Charlie Johnson starts his talk on June 20, 2014 for the French American Workshop. The talk was open to the entire MINATEC research community as part of MINATEC's weekly Friday lunch seminar series.

Participants in the 2014 French American Workshop

Participants in the 2014 French American Workshop.

One mode of transportation for getting around the 250-hectare GIANT campus

One mode of transportation for getting around the 250-hectare GIANT campus.

 

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