SRS 2020

Celebrating a succesful SRS

Friday was SDSU’s annual Student Research Symposium (SRS) where grads and undergrads from across the campus present their latest research/works. It’s always a great opportunity to see the broad range of excellent research on display.

The Harrison lab was very well represented with posters from Cat, Arrion, Madee & Adrian, Jessica, Davis, and Muhand & Paola!

Most, but not all the group in one place for a change.

It was great to see all the interest in the work that the students are doing, and the new potential for collaborations that came from all the discussions with other researchers.

End of the semester, start of the summer

The end of the spring semester is always an interesting time. On one hand, there is the palpable relief of having completed another academic year, and to have the renewed freedom to explore more in the lab. On the other hand, many of the lab members graduate in the spring, so it’s a time to bid them farewell.

Congratulations Ricko!

This semester we’re somewhat fortunate in that the only student to graduate is Ricko. Congratulations to you on all your hard work to get to this point!

Along with Ricko’s graduation a number of new students are joining the lab over the course of the summer (some right away, others after a short break). So check out the group members page to see who’s new, and who’s still working with us.

New Masters!

Congratulations to Sangho Davie Yun and Amy Vo. Both students successfully defended their Master’s theses in December. The two did excellent work on capillary surface coatings, and capillary electrophoresis of droplets, respectively.

Look forward to publications coming from these works in the coming months.