The 33rd Annual CSU Student Research Competition was held at CSU FUllerton on April 26-27.
All 23 CSU campuses were represented by over 200 graduate and undergraduate student groups. Only students who were endorsed by their campus may enter this competition, usually by a school-wide preliminary research competition. However, only 44 student groups could win 1st and 2nd place awards in each of the 22 divisions.
CSULB won 4 awards in total: 3 first place and 1 second place.
A talk entitled "Rapid Enantiomer Ratio Determination of P-Chiral Compounds with Eu(hfc)3" by Phillippe Ly (Nakayama Lab), pictured below, won 2nd place in the Graduate Division of Physical and Mathematical Sciences.