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The School of the Sciences hosted an Information Session about applying and succeeding in graduate school.  The session featured faculty members from the School of the Sciences, Dr. Will Harrell (Chemistry), Dr. Jeremy Burkett (Chemistry), Dr. Mark Branson (Mathematics) and Dr. Mark Norris (Biology).  Chemistry senior Kristen Cassetta thought that all of the panelists were extremely helpful.  They each had different and unique experiences in graduate school and their advice regarding networking with professors before entering graduate school was extremely beneficial. 

Chemistry senior Heather Drake is conducting research this semester with Dr. Tim Dwyer. Heather is studying the kinetics of two malate dehydrogenase enzymes, MDH1 and MDH2....Click here to read more.

Alum Rachel Buchanan (CHEM '12, MS in FSCI '13) is currently employed by the United States Department of Defense. She works for the U.S. Army Public Health Center as a Physical Science Technician. She enjoys applying her coursework from SU in her daily work. 

Alum Brandon Smith (BS Chem '13, MS FSCI '14) is our SU Chemistry Laboratory Manager.  Brandon enjoys working as the Chemistry Lab Manager because "I am involved in the behind-the-scenes work that makes it possible for the students to have a great laboratory experience. The lab is where the students get their hands-on practice and knowledge that they will later use in their careers. To be able to help provide the students with that opportunity is very fulfilling."  Everyone is glad to have Brandon as part of the SU Chemistry Team! 

Heather Drake (right), a chemistry senior, completed her capstone internship this summer at Taylor Technologies.  She was excited to intern there because she worked with SU 2010 Chemistry alumni Becki Shook, Janine Ladzinski (left, in picture) and Alyssa Pawlowicz!...Click here to read more.

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