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CSULA representatives at CSU student competition.
Pictured: (front, l-r) Lisa S. Fong, Jennifer Milanese, Tan Hainu, Sveti Patel, (back, l-r) Danielle Y. Trathen, Anthony Obisesan, Daniel Pierce, Victor A. Cazares, Alexander Alegre, and Sara Esparza.

Cal State L.A.'s realm of research—students at CSU competition

Here's a complete list, with research titles, of Cal State L.A. students who presented at the CSU competition:

  • Alexander Alegre: “Implementation and Quantitative Analysis of an Aerospace Information Server” (engineering and computer science category)
  • Victor A. Cazares: “Orbitofrontal Cortex Lesions Impair Responses to Cue Predicting Shifts in Work to Reward in Rats” (behavioral and social sciences category)
  • Sara Esparza: “Supersonic Combustion” (engineering and computer science category)
  • Lisa S. Fong: “Confirmation of Facilitative Interactions of California Mussels (Mytilus californianus) on Rocky Shores in British Columbia” (biological sciences category)
  • Jennifer Milanese: “Vicki Hearne and Her Ability to Manipulate and Influence through Rhetorical Means” (humanities and letters category)
  • Anthony Obisesan: “Detection of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon in Sediment and Water Collected from Ballona Creek” (physical sciences category)
  • Daniel Pierce: “Growing Up Red: Emigrant Youth and the Role of the Family in the Soviet Union” (humanities and letters category)
  • Sveti Patel: “Studies on Coordination Chemistry of AB-Cu Complex” (physical sciences category)
  • Tan Hainu: “Quintet Sound of Wind for Flute, Clarinet, Violin, Cello and Piano” (creative arts and design category)
  • Danielle Y. Trathen: “Comparative Phylogeography of Caribbean Sea Slugs with Long-lived vs. Short-lived Larvae” (biological sciences category)

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