The Apprenticeships in Science and Engineering (ASE) Symposium is the culminating learning event of the summer and enables the students to organize and synthesize their internship experiences. ASE interns present their work through 10-12 minute oral presentations. Participants review and ask questions of peers’ projects and conclusions. This enrichment activity is designed to broaden technical exposure and improve interns’ speaking and presentation skills. This is a required event for all ASE interns. Mentors, parents and community guests are encouraged to attend.
- Opening Remarks: 8:30 - 8:40 am
- Keynote Speaker: 8:40 - 9:15 am
- Recognition Ceremony: 9:15 - 9:30 am
- Break: 9:30 - 9:45 am
- Presentations in Respective Zoom Room: 9:45 am - 1pm (event done when presentations completed).
For a guide to the room, link to the event, list of interns, and more, please visit our room navigation page.
About the Keynote Speaker
Dr. Xiao-Yue (pronounced “shy-you”) Han is a 4th-year surgery resident at OHSU. A native Oregonian, he worked as an engineer in Bend, Oregon before attending OHSU for medical school and continues there for general surgery training. He is interested in pursuing pediatric surgery and continues to develop technology in the surgical environment as a “surgineer” in training.
He was a graduate of Westview High School in 2007 and participated in the Saturday Academy ASE Program under Dr. David Sahn at OHSU, developing an in vitro model to study cardiac mechanics and dynamics using ultrasound. His time in Dr. Sahn’s lab synthesized his early love of applied math and science and nurtured his great love of the outdoors.
Dr. Han loves to ski, bike, travel, cook, and spend time with his wife and two Siberian huskies in his home in SW Portland.