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Lead and manage a scientific team or your own professional practice. Students majoring in Chemistry can prepare to direct projects and teams with a professional minor in Applied Management, opening doors to leadership careers in the scientific industry, clinical management, or business.

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Chemistry and Biochemistry News

Faculty and Staff in the Chemistry Department were excited to share our graduating seniors’ special day with their friends and family.  Here are some of our favorite pictures.

The Chemistry Department wished warm congratulations to our chemistry and biochemistry graduates at the May Commencement.  Students and faculty gathered right before the ceremony for a departmental graduation picture.  Our students have bright futures ahead of them:  some have jobs in industry and some are continuing their education in graduate school in pharmacy, physical therapy, medicine, forensic science and chemistry.  

Faculty wished the students well in the words of Henry David Thoreau:

“Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you have imagined.”  

All senior members of Gamma Sigma Epsilon (GSE), the Chemistry Honor Society, were corded by the society's officers at the School of the Sciences May Celebration.  Congratulations to this group of students whose academic performance in their chemistry classes and in their general studies was exemplary!

Congratulations to Biochemistry senior, Alicia Greene on being awarded the Joseph A. Brusini Excellence in Science Award at the School of the Sciences (SOS) May Celebration.   This very high honor is given each May to the graduating senior in the SOS who has best demonstrated exemplary work in the research capstone course and shown great promise for success in the sciences.  Congratulations Alicia- we're so proud of you!

Warmest wishes to our two Graduate Assistants, Shelby Litz (left) and Andrew McGregor (right), who completed a year as a graduate assistants in the School of the Sciences.  Both Shelby and Andrew were in the BS (Chemistry)/ MS (Forensic Sciences) program and received their BS in Chemistry in May 2015 and their MS in Forensic Sciences in May 2016.  They are pictured here, with Administrative Assistant, Mrs. Melissa Craig, as they were honored for their great work at the School of the Sciences May Celebration!

 
 
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