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Chemistry and Biochemistry News



freshman honors students

The achievements of efforts at the freshman level of chemistry was featured in the August Council of Undergraduate Research blog. Chemistry faculty member Dr. Jeremy Burkett has facilitated a year long research experience with first year honors chemistry students which has exposed them to the experience of real world mentored research early in their undergraduate career. The full story can be read here.

                                     Marisa Bender

Chemistry and forensic science alum ('10/'11) Marisa Bender was honored with the Stevenson Young Alumni award. Marisa was unable to attend the Baccalaureate Ceremony to receive her award, but she and her dad visited campus later this summer to meet with President Hirshman. Here she is pictured with her award on the Dell Pathway in early August. 

welcome wall

The faculty and staff of the Chemistry department are happy to welcome all the Mustangs back to campus! We hope you have a fun and successful semester! 


Chemistry alum Erika Harden was featured in an SU online blog post about her career as a Crime Scene Technician with Baltimore City Police. Erika completed her chemistry degree in 2014 and her master's in forensic science in 2015 by participating in the 4+1 program. Undergraduates take six courses while a fourth year student, at undergraduate tuition rates. They then have only one year of full time work left to complete the masters. The full story of Erika's career can be read here. 

MARM 2019

L-R Kelsey Duprey, Meytal Guller, Dr. Dwyer, Alex Bull, Dr. Mason, Erica Quan, Kait Beardsley

MARM 2019 panel

Alex Bull (BS'18) participated in a panel discussion by recent graduates

The Summer Science Research Scholars have begun work in the labs since Memorial day, but took off a day to attend the Mid-Atlantic Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society with faculty members Drs. Dwyer and Mason. The students attended a panel presentation of recent graduates, including Chemistry alum Alex Bull (BS'18) who offered perspective on what lies after graduation. After the panel, students participated in a picnic lunch and a chemistry team trivia contest and attended talks that interested them. 

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