Southern Miss student to present research at graduate symposium | Schools
Long hours in the laboratory have paid off significantly for University of Southern Mississippi student Souvik Banerjee, who has been selected to present a paper as part of the prestigious American Chemical Society, Division of Organic Chemistry Graduate Research Symposium on July 26-29 in Boulder, Colo.
Banerjee, 30, is a fourth-year graduate student working under the tutelage of Dr. Doug Masterson, associate professor and associate chair of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Southern Miss. Only 50-75 graduate students are chosen for the symposium whose audience includes leaders in academia and industry.
“I am very happy excited about this opportunity to address our research and findings to the nationally famous scientists from academia, industry and government funding agencies,” said Banerjee. “It is my honor to be able to represent the University of Southern Mississippi in such a prestigious symposium.”
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