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Chemistry and Biochemistry News

Janaya Slaughter

VOM Class of 2023

Chemistry alumna Janaya Slaughter (BS'18) received her white coat last week in a special ceremony, officially marking the beginning of her journey as a medical student. Janaya is attending the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine in Spartansburg, South Carolina. Congratulations, Janaya! 

National Chemistry Week

Join the American Chemical Society Club and the department of chemistry in celebrating National Chemistry Week 2019 and the importance of chemistry in everyday life.  Join us for events happening on campus this week.

Pick up some golden candy!

Monday (10/21) from 12-2PM

    Where : MAC Main Concourse Lobby 


Clue! Live collaboration with the Forensic Science Club!

Wednesday (10/23) from 6-8 PM

    Where : Rockland Banquet Room


Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream!!

Thursday (10/24) from 11 AM - 12 PM

    Where : OM North Shuttle Stop


STEM Festival ACS Annual Magic Show

Friday (10/25) starting at 2 PM

    Where : MAC S136

Alumni at Homecoming 2019

Alums Courtney Aceto, Stacey Wardenfelt and Corinna Carter were spotted at the homecoming tailgate on Saturday on the north campus. It was a gorgeous day, perfect for reconnecting with old friends.  The day was topped off with a W against Albright at Mustang Stadium. 


Freshman chemistry and biochemistry majors served during Mustangs Make a Difference Day as part of their first year seminar course. The students spread awareness and signed up prospective donors to the national bone marrow registry of Be the Match. This is the third year in a row that the students have helped with this organization, which is especially in need of young ethnically diverse donors, for whom matches are harder to find. If you are interested in learning more about their cause, or considering adding yourself to the registry, visit 

David Willen

Senior biochemistry major David Willen spent his capstone last summer at the University of Maryland School of Medicine's Institute for Human Virology in the Laboratory of Viral Diagnostics, under the guidance of Dr. Neil Constantine. His work involved testing the sensitivity of HIV rapid testing kits. These kits are essential in rural and underdeveloped areas to quickly diagnose HIV positive patients and prevent the spread of disease.  David presented his work at the 21st Annual International IHV Conference held in downtown Baltimore last week. 

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