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Chemistry and Biochemistry News

As the semester winds down, faculty are preparing to move their labs and offices to our new building at the Owings Mills North campus.  The Center for Environmental Sustainability has organized a book drive to donate unwanted books from faculty offices.  Dr. Tim Dwyer is diving right into the offer to help!

Dr. Jeremy Burkett (shown above) together with members of the Department of Mathematics and Physics organized the 1st Annual Spring Spectacular.  The well-attended event included demonstrations, games, liquid nitrogen ice cream making, a vacuum ping-pong ball shooter, a thermite demonstration, a telescope with a solar lens, and other various puzzles and games scheduled throughout the afternoon.  An amazing time was had by all!

Biochemistry senior, Alicia Greene, was named by the Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC) as the winner of the Senior Scholar-Athlete Award for Golf.  In addition to excelling academically, Alicia helped lead the Stevenson women’s golf team to its second straight Middle Atlantic Conference women’s golf title this spring.  Congratulations, Alicia!  

The Stevenson University baseball team swept MAC Commonwealth weekly honors Monday afternoon.  Chemistry senior Alec Romanowski was honored as the league's Pitcher of the Week!  Alec, who captured the weekly award for the second time this season, tossed eight shutout innings in Friday's 7-0 blanking of Albright.  Good luck to Alec and his teammates at the MAC Commonwealth tournament later this week!


Congratulations to the Stevenson women's golf team who won their second-straight Middle Atlantic Conference Championship by 27 strokes over second-place Eastern University at the Hershey Country Club. Biochemistry senior, Alicia Greene (second from left), tied for second overall with a two-day total score of 176, earning First Team All-Conference honors. Biochemistry sophomore, Morgan McCluskey Wirtz (left) took seventh place overall after finishing with a total score of 186, earning a spot on the All-Conference Second Team. 

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