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Friday, September 16, 2016

Alexandria Huynh: tuổi 17 vào học PhD Harvard



Trường Đại Học Cal State L.A. cho Vietnamese Daily biết em Alexandria Huynh, một sinh viên gốc Việt vừa ra trường năm nay được trường đại học danh tiếng Harvard nhận vào học chương trình tiến sĩ y khoa với học bổng toàn phần ở tuồi 17.

Em Alexandria Huynh vào đại học lúc mới tuổi 13 qua chương trình dành cho các sinh viên vào đại học sớm trước tuổi (University’s Early Entrance Program), em Alexandria Huynh mới ra trường năm nay với bắng cử nhân sinh học hạng ưu. Cal State L.A. còn cho biết Alexandria Huynh là một sinh viên ra trường với bằng cử nhân trẻ nhất từ xưa đến nay của trường.

Em Alexandria Huynh không chỉ được trường Harvard chấp nhận vào học chươnh trình tiến sĩ mà còn có các trường danh tiếng khác như Đại học Yale và Đại học Pennsylvania cũng chấp nhận em.

Em Alexandria Huynh sẽ vào học ở Harvard mùa thu này với một học bổng toàn phần. Đây là niềm hãnh diện và tự hào của người Việt khắp nơi.
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Nguồn anh ngữ :


http://www.calstatela.edu/univ/ppa/newsrel/grad10-youngest.htm


Cal State L.A.’s youngest graduate, 17, heads to Harvard for Ph.D. in immunology

Huynh, one of 24 Early Entrance Program grads in the Class of 2010

While most others her age are finishing high school, 17-year-old Alexandria Huynh—the youngest graduating senior in the Class of 2010 at Cal State L.A.—is heading to Harvard University this fall to pursue a Ph.D. in immunology.


Admitted to Harvard Medical School with full funding and an additional stipend, she was also accepted to doctoral programs at Yale University and the University of Pennsylvania.

Through the University’s Early Entrance Program (EEP), Huynh was admitted to Cal State L.A. at the age of 13. Huynh, who will receive her bachelor’s degree in biology with honors, will be marching at Cal State L.A.’s Commencement 8 a.m. ceremony Saturday, June 12. She hopes to pursue a career in biomedical research with clinical applications.

As part of Edith Porter’s research team at Cal State L.A., Huynh focused on how intestinal cells in mice respond to Salmonella enteric serovar Typhimurium, a bacterium that is a leading cause of gastroenteritis in humans.

Recognizing Porter for her dedication, Huynh said, “She puts in an almost ridiculous amount of time in mentoring students, both in classes and in the lab. She provided solid support and guidance as a research mentor, and helped me learn how to be more critical of myself and my work.”

A Torrance resident, Huynh was also a member of the Golden Key Honor Society and the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society at Cal State L.A. Recipient of the Kinecta Federal Credit Union Scholarship, she was recently named the winner of Cal State L.A.’s Phi Kappa Phi Outstanding Senior Award and presented the Early Entrance Program Graduate of the Year scholarship. In addition, she has volunteered at the Torrance Memorial Medical Center. When time allows, she also enjoys figure skating and playing the piano.

Huynh said, “EEP provided a strong infrastructure and support system for us. We were able to talk to older students who had been through the same experiences as we were going through, as well as alumni with different perspectives.”

Cal State L.A.’s EEP admits extraordinarily gifted youngsters—some as young as 11—directly into college, providing the early entrants with monitored evaluation, regular counseling sessions, and the opportunity to study with like-minded peers. Huynh is among more than 20 other EEP graduates receiving their baccalaureate degrees this year.

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