5/13: Chevy Goldstein Distinguished Lecture and Student Research Awards Symposium
The Fourth Annual Chevy Goldstein Distinguished Lecture and Student Research Awards Symposium will feature Professor Douglas C. Rees, the Roscoe Gilkey Dickinson Professor of Chemistry at the California Institute of Technology. Rees will speak on "The Structural Basis of Biological Nitrogen Fixation". In addition, the symposium will honor outstanding student researchers with generous cash prizes. The event will be held at noon at Kellogg West.
Goldstein joined the Cal Poly Pomona chemistry faculty in 1978 after completing her bachelor's at CUNY (1971), master's at Cal Poly Pomona (1974), and doctorate at USC (1979). She was an accomplished teacher-scholar in computational physical chemistry until her untimely passing in January 2007. A distinguished lecture and student research award series has been endowed by her family and friends in memory of Goldstein's lifelong scholarly achievements with students and colleagues.
Space is limited at the event. To RSVP, go to http://sites.google.com/site/goldsteinsymposium/.