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Prospective students visited campus on Saturday to learn about our science and math programs at SU.  They were given the opportunity to participate in a laboratory experience, learning how potato enzymes work using spectroscopic techniques, or participating in a fingerprinting exercise; to learn about the department, the faculty, and the exciting programs and courses we offer; and to visit a fair with tables showcasing our clubs, our alumni and our majors.  Students and their parents had a chance to ask questions and see what the School of the Sciences at SU is all about!  

To celebrate the holidays, Missy Craig and Kim Tucker decorated the SOS department chairs' office!  The decorations won an award at the annual Holiday Party.  Best wishes for a Happy Holiday Season from the Chemistry Department!

If you'd like a copy of our 2014 Holiday Letter, please email eroskes@stevenson.edu

This semester, two students are working with Dr. Dawn Ward on her ongoing research project using organic chemistry techniques to synthesize inhibitors of hepatitis C. In the picture above, Dr. Ward assists biochemistry junior, Robert Chen, as he prepares for a synthetic reaction. Chemistry junior, Malik Naanaa, analyzes his technique.

As we work with the architect at designing new labs and classrooms in our new building, faculty and staff from the Chemistry Department visited the Owings Mills North campus.  This picture is taken in our new research lab which allow for more space for additional student researchers, new faculty members, and expanded capabilities.  In general, the new School of the Sciences building will provide a great learning environment and everyone is excited as our plans for it are further developed.

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