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Chemistry and Biochemistry News

Congratulations to our December graduates!  We are so proud of their accomplishments and wish them much success in all that they do!

Students who completed a research or internship project in the summer or fall gathered to showcase their posters at the semi-annual Fine School of the Sciences Poster Session this afternoon.  The students, seniors who completed off-campus research and internship Capstones, as well as sophomores and juniors who engaged in on-campus research, all did a fabulous job.  We were proud to welcome off-campus mentors, family members, alumni, friends and guests from across the campus community.  

Chemistry Senior, Danielle Haynes enjoyed her internship with Lab Services.  She worked with Sarah Brush (Chem '11), Laboratory Specialist.  Danielle learned a lot about the work involved in maintaining our labs and preparing for each week's experiments in the Fine School of the Sciences.  Congratulations to Danielle on her upcoming graduation!

  

  

Several of our freshmen enjoyed playing a variety of sports this fall.  Some of these students include Darian Hileman (volleyball), Demetra Lambros (soccer), Zak Sheikh and Joe Kittelberger (ice hockey), Rachel Grewette (ice hockey), Bre Owens (field hockey).  It's great to see our students involved in and excited about SU's sports!  Go Mustangs!

The Honors section of General Chemistry I, taught by Dr. Jeremy Burkett, gave presentations of their original research proposals last week.  The students worked all semester to identify a potential area of research, collect background information, outline and compose a paper that included proposed experiments, and finally, present their work and field questions from other professors about their proposed ideas.  The oral presentations last week marked the culmination of nearly fifteen weeks of work!

 
 
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