CLSU graduate students selected as viewers in the Global Young Scientists Summit
Three graduate students were selected as particiapants during the ninth edition of the Global Young Scientists Summit (GYSS@one-north) organized by the National Research Foundation – Prime Minister’s Office, Singapore last January 12 to 15.
Mr. Aries Paul Padron, Ms. Aim Kristel B. Paruli and Mr. Samuel E. Hermogino who are all taking up Master of Science in Aquaculture were formally selected by the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) to participate in the 4-day virtual event. They were among the five graduate students officially endorsed by Dr. Renato G. Reyes, CLSU Vice President for Academic Affairs.
A committee to select the nominees for the 9th GYSS@one-north was constituted on July 30,2020 by the Office of the Academic Affairs. It was chaired by Dr. Theody B. Sayco, dean, Office of Admissions; with Dr. Ravelina R. Velasco, dean, College of Fisheries; and Dr. Irene G. Bustos, dean, Office of Student Affairs; as members.
The GYSS is an annual multi-disciplinary summit that brings together eminent scientific minds and young scientists to foster the exchange among scientists of different generations, culture and disciplines. This year’s event featured 21 distinguised plenary speakers who are recipients of Nobel Prize (15); Turing Award (2); Fields Medal (3); and Millennium Technology Prize (1).
Some 1,000 outstanding young scientists specially nominated by the institutions around the world participated and had the privilege of attending the live plenary lectures and panel discussions. Of this total, about 500 had the opportunity to interact personally with the featured speakers, and fellow participants in all other sessions, including small group informal sessions, and live Q&A following each plenary and panel session.