The annual Spring Mixer and Young Investigator Awardee lecture was held on March 10 using the online platform Wonder.me.
The 2020-2021 Executive Committee will be composed of 14 individuals, with representation from UC faculty, faculty at other local universities, scientists at the EPA, graduate and undergraduate students.
The annual Spring Mixer and Young Investigator Awardee lecture will be on Thursday, March 12th at 4:30pm in ERC 427. Free food and drink will be served. Members and non-members are welcome!
Fall Mixer with GIAR Winner Presentations
The 2019 chapter general election resulted in a full executive committee slate and updates to the chapter bylaws.
Prof. Adam Kiefer, the 2019 Sigma Xi Young Investigator Awardee will provide the keynote talk at the UC Chapter Spring Mixer. The event is free and open to all.
These awards are funded by our local UC Chapter of Sigma Xi, the UC Office of Research, and The Graduate School.
The winners of our recent election for Sigma Xi Officers for 2017-18
The Young Investigator Award recognizes excellence in research by a junior faculty member and UC’s chapter of Sigma Xi has been making the award since 1982. Richardson is being honored for his cutting-edge research at the nexus of experimental psychology, cognitive neuroscience, biokinetics, and human-robotic interaction.
The winners of our recent election for Sigma Xi Officers for 2016-17.
Congratulations to our winners for 2015! These awards are funded by our local UC Chapter of Sigma Xi, the UC Office of Research, and The Graduate School.
Jinyoung Choi - a recipient of a 2014 Grants-in-aid-of-Research from the Sigma Xi National Office - reports on research that shows that thyroid hormone receptor alpha plays an important role in hind limb development in frogs.
Congratulations to UC Students who received National Sigma Xi GIAR Awards in March 2014!