Faculty, graduate students, science students and families attended the I.I. Rabi Scholars Science and Math Research Symposium, where 14 Rabi Scholars presented their research. Founded in 1989 by Columbia College and faculty of the science departments, the I.I. Rabi Scholars Program was established in memory of 1944 Nobel Laureate and Columbia physics faculty member I. I. Rabi. A small number of incoming first-year Columbia College students who demonstrate exceptional promise in the sciences are chosen to be Rabi Scholars, and the program seeks to support and encourage these talented young scientists by providing research opportunities throughout their undergraduate careers.