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Chemistry and Biochemistry News

Date: Dec 2014

Chemistry Senior, Andrew McGregor was crowned as Mr. Congeniality at the Third Annual Mr. and Ms. SU Pateant this fall.  This picture was featured in the Villager this fall.  This event highlights students' talents and spirits.  For everyone who knows Andrew, this was a very fitting award!  

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

In support of our students' presentations of their research and internship experiences, family members, friends and mentors came to the School of the Sciences Poster Session.  Pictured above are just a few of those that attended, shown with their students.

Students, faculty and staff all gathered in the gym for the School of the Sciences Semi-Annual Poster Session.  All students who had completed a Senior Research or Internship Capstone or had conducted research with a faculty member in the summer or fall presented a poster of their work.  Everyone was impressed with the variety of internship experiences and research studies our students had engaged in and how well they were able to speak of their projects. Congratulations to all!

Biochemistry juniors, Robert Chen and Nicole Heil stopped by to visit with Department Chair, Dr. Ellen Roskes, and to have an ice cream snack during the last week of classes.  How was the semester?  It was great, they both reported.  Robert really enjoyed his Biochemistry course, atributing his love of the course material to Dr. Tim Dwyer. an amazing professor.  Nicole really enjoyed her Genetics course, as she really enjoyed learning about genetic diseases.  Both students said they're gearing up for finals and are looking forward to the winter break!

 
 
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