Research plays a pivotal role in science education and we encourage high school and undergraduate students to be involved with research as early as possible. Our group hosts students from the area during summer and academic year. Please contact Professor Jorabchi if you are interested in being part of our team or would like to have an independent research project supervised by Jorabchi group.
Below are examples of our group’s involvement with broader community of science education.
Rohan Dalvi is recognized as a 2017 Regeneron Science Talent Search Finalist for research conducted in Jorabchi group
Professor Jorabchi among the national judges of 2017 Siemens Competition in STEM finals
Seong Jang from Thomas Jefferson High School spent two summers in our group as part of American Chemical Society Project SEED. Seong coauthored a paper published in Analytical Chemistry. Click here to learn about ACS Project SEED.
Annie Ross (right) from Oxon Hill High School completed an independent project in our lab under supervision of Carina Minardi (left) in the academic year 2012-2013. The picture is from Annie's presentation at the school science fair.
A veteran of the 29th International Chmeistry Olympiad (IChO), Professor Jorabchi has been on the jury committee of several local olympiads and served in the scientific committee of the 44th IChO. Click here to learn about the chemistry olympiad competitions in the USA.