Michael Shermer, Ph.D., publisher of Skeptic magazine, speaker at the Reason Rally, Washington, D.C., lectures about skepticism and conspiracy theory. This lecture comes from Shermer’s class, “How to Think Like a Scientist Without Being a Geek.” Shermer is a professor at Chapman University and at Claremont Graduate University. Video produced by Panther Productions.
Coffee enthusiast and biochemistry and molecular biology major, Joshua Goldfaden received Honorable Mention for his project, “The Concernment of Coffee: A Statistical Analysis of Coffee’s Chemical Properties.” He was encouraged by mathematics professor Dr. Criselda Pacioles to submit a project from his MATH-303 Biostatistics class he took with her in the fall of 2018. The
Shun Kato is a junior biochemistry and molecular biology major with a minor in health sciences. In the future, he hopes to combine his passion for both research and patient care in order to pursue an M.D/Ph.D degree that will allow him to be a physician-scientist. As a very involved student, he is a member