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Chemistry and Biochemistry News

The American Chemical Society Student Club held their first meeting of the academic year last Friday in the Manning Academic Center. The student club, which is open to students of any major, has been the top club at Stevenson for the past two years. The club has also been recognized by the national American Chemical Society organization, having most recently been honored for the 4th year in a row with a Commendable Award for the 2016-2017 academic year. The Club meets bi-weekly for fun activities, food and even some events with faculty.  Look meeting information on the School of the Sciences Facebook page under "Events". 

Junior biochemistry major Amber Spriggs spent her summer at an internship with DC Water, the water and sewer utility for the District of Columbia as well as wastewater treatment for several Maryland and Virginia counties. During her internship, she was responsible for many different assays: total suspended solids, total volatile solids, chemical oxygen demand, phosphorus, sulfur, nitrates, nitrites and ammonia. In the photo, Amber is completing a chemical oxygen demand assay on influent samples from East and West DC. 

The chemistry department kicked off the school year with games and cookies last week to bring students and faculty together. There was fun and laughter as majors from all years came for a little down time. It's a great opportunity to meet and get to know your faculty on a more personal level. Cookies with Chemists meets every other Wednesday at 2 PM in Solve Center D. The next event is on September 13th. Hope to see you there! 

Congratulations to SU chemistry alum Brandon Smith (BS'13/MSFS'14) and biochemistry alum Ciara (Faupel) Smith (BS'16) on their marriage. Their ceremony was held on July 21, 2017 at Herrington on the Bay. Ciara is currently working as Assistant Laboratory Manager at Notre Dame of Maryland University, while Brandon is the Laboratory Manager for the Chemistry Department at SU. 

Here in the Beverly K. Fine School of the Sciences, it is our mission to help students succeed. To reflect this, we have updated our mission statement, and you will find it hung in the science spaces as a reminder of our commitment to student success. Welcome to the Fall 2017 semester to our new and returning students!

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