Congratulations to senior Mercedes Vilasoa on receiving the Chemistry Department’s Service Award at the May Celebration! Mercedes was recognized for her dedication to participating in department events and her work as president of the Environmental Sciences Club.
Chemistry and Biochemistry News
Rebecca Wong was recognized at the May Celebration for obtaining the highest GPA of all graduating chemistry and biochemistry seniors. Dr. Ellen Roskes presented her with an award and a gift to celebrate her accomplishments. Congratulations, Rebecca!
During Graduation Week, the School of the Sciences celebrated our seniors at the annual May Celebration. All seniors and their families were invited to join faculty and staff for the event. Food, awards, a senior slide show and presents made the event spectacular!
This academic year, the Chemistry Department worked with three Graduate Assistants (GAs), all students who were graduates of our chemistry major and who continued their education in the graduate Forensic Sciences Program. These GAs worked 20 hours of week in the School of the Sciences and in return received free tuition and a living stipend.
They were willing to help out with anything we needed - helping students, preparing review sheets, helping out in labs, setting up and running events, etc. Special thanks for all that they did this to make this year run smoothly!
Kudos to (left to right): Brandon Smith (BS Chem ’13), Brittney Bryant (BS Chem ’13), and Jennifer Robinson (BS Chem ’12). Congratulations to all three of them on their receiving their Master’s Degrees in Forensic Science.
Congratulations to Chemistry faculty member, Dr. Tracey Mason, on her promotion to Associate Professor of Chemistry! This means that Dr. Mason has proven to the Stevenson community that in her six years at SU, she has shown excellence in her teaching, in her mentoring students in research, and in service to the University.
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