Congratulations EWU McNair Scholar Darlene Gilroy for completing her second EWU McNair Summer Research Internship! Darlene’s EWU McNair research has focused on the chemical weathering of volcanic sediments under the mentorship of Dr. Carmen Nezat. Darlene has presented on this project at the 2019 Murdock College Science Research Conference in Tacoma WA, the 2020 WE-STEM conference at EWU, and the EWU Virtual Symposium. More recently she presented Chemical Weathering of Deposits from the 1980 Mount St. Helens Eruption and its Effect on Stream Water Chemistry at the virtual Baylor McNair Research Conference. Many thanks to Dr. Nezat for her outstanding mentorship. Read more about Darlene’s research on her EWU McNair webpage!
Darlene is now hard at work applying to graduate schools across the country. Keep up the amazing work Darlene! EWU McNair is confident that you will succeed in graduate school and have a great impact on our world.