Students who go through the SEED program often receive media coverage for their future accomplishments. Here is a selection of some of the alumni's accomplishments:
2009 Summer Program (Click here for 2009 Summer Intern Roster)
Douglas Sprowl: Douglas is currently attending West Point Academy.
He was awarded the Abe Lincoln - Kiwanis
Scholarship Award Recipient (3rd place).
Click to read article posted at IndyStar.COM.
Douglas is featured on the first picture of the photo gallery from the Indianapolis Star.
Angela Ma: Angela became a 2010 Intel Science Talent Search Regional Finalist
Angela also became a 2009 Siemens Competition Math, Science & Technology Regional Finalist
Jenaya Hooks: Jenaya won the First Place award at the Biotechnology Conference sponsored by Eli Lilly & Co.The prize came with a $1000 monetary award (http://www.nobccheindianapolis.org/precollege.html )
She was received an Acknowledgement for her abstract submission to the Association of Minority Health Professions Schools, Inc - AMHPS. Click for conference program, page 17
Jenaya is also quoted on this article from the Indy Star (Click to view)
Scott Maitland: Scott won a First Place award at the 2009 annual IUSM and Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute Scientific Poster Session.(IUSM= Indiana University School of Medicine).
2008 Summer Program (Click here for 2008 Summer Intern Roster)
William Sprowl: William was listed as a co-author collaborator in research project his lab team did with Dr. Christoph Naumann at the IUPUI School of Science. His research, Tuning Cellular Mechano-Response Using Biomembrane-Mimicking is hosted at the The NASA Astrophysics Data System through Harvard University - http://ads.harvard.edu/
Click to view article abstract
*his name appears in his original Brazilian name of
His research findings were presented at the Biophysical Society 53RD Annual Meeting *click to view program, page 109 in Boston on March 3, 2009
NASA Most Outstanding Intern. In the Summer of 2009 William
participated in NASA'S Glenn Research Center in Cleveland,
earning the Most Outstanding Intern award at the end of the summer.
Conference Panelist: William was a panelist at the University
of Indianapolis conference on Better Schools, November 16, 2009
David Yang: David is now at Harvard University, Class of 2013. In 2009 he became a Siemens Science Regional Finalist, team category