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Chemistry and Biochemistry News

Students in Mrs. Payne's SCI 100 New Student Seminar were the recipients of this year's top prize in the Lego Challenge.  Students created their depiction of Career Architecture using Legos.  Mrs. Payne's chemistry and biochemistry freshmen designed their Legos to show three "beakers" representing the three aspects of career architecture: personal direction, discipline expertise, and professional know-how.  These poured into a river which intermingled all three.  Rocks in the river represented obstacles along the way and a light house stood for Career Services guiding the way towards the end.  Trees along the river banks represented peers and motivators that gave support along the way with bridges serving as checkpoints.  They came together at the end where they would begin their career in one of may fields in biochemistry and chemistry.

Congratulations to all!

Seven new students and four faculty members were inducted into the Gamma Zeta Chapter of Gamma Sigma Epsilon (GSE), the Chemistry Honor Society.  GSE recognizes outstanding students, demonstrating exceptional ability and interest in the field of chemistry.   In order to be inducted, students must maintain a 3.4 Chemistry GPA and 3.0 Math and Science GPA.  Congratulations to students, Ashlyn Hawbaker (Chem ’16), Blake Ford (Chem ’17), Corinna Carter (Chem ’17), Dzov Singman (Biochem ’17), Emily Wolf (Biochem ’17), Heather Drake (Chem ’16), and Prince Gyamfi (Biochem ’16).  New faculty members are also inducted into the Gamma Zeta Chapter.  Congratulations to Dr. Will Harrell, Dr. Dawn Ward, Dr. Jeremy Burkett and Dr. Mihaela Deselnicu.  

Dr. Jeremy Burkett joined the Chemistry Faculty at Stevenson University this fall after teaching at the University of Great Falls in Montana for 5 years.  Dr. Burkett completed his undergraduate degree at Huntington University in Indiana and earned his Ph.D. in Chemistry at Purdue University.  This semester, Dr. Burkett is teaching General Chemistry Lecture and Lab as well as mentoring a student in research.  Dr. Burkett's research project is based in Bioinorganic Chemistry and focuses on using inorganic chemistry to model complex systems in a simpler manner.  Dr. Burkett has enjoyed meeting all of the faculty and students at Stevenson and looks to becoming more involved in the Department of Chemistry and mentoring students. 

Faculty and students participated in SU's Community Service Day. Various activities were arranged for SU students, faculty, and staff to make things that would benefit others in the greater community....Click here to read more.

Students had a great time today dressing up for Halloween!  Here are some of our favorites:

Biochemistry senior, Michele Collingsworth, Schrodinger's cat

Biochemistry senior, Nicole Heil, Ms. Frizzle

Biochemistry junior, Chris Zaykoski, Backside attack in an SN2 reaction.

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