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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

SU set a new Guinness Book world record by holding the largest exercise ball class- close to 400 participants!  The event raised almost $2400 which is being split between two charities- the Wounded Warrior Project and Wishes for Warriors.  Students, faculty and staff from the School of the Sciences participated and had a good time.  

Congratulations to Biochemisty freshman, Morgan McCluskey Wirtz (left in top picture), and Biochemistry junior, Alicia Greene (right in top picture), on their excellent playing which contributed to the Women's Golf Team winning the Middle Atlantic Conference Golf Championship!  They are headed to Florida for the NCAA championship!  Good luck Morgan and Alicia- we're all really excited for you!

Biochemistry senior, Kathryn Merrick, was recently named the Eatern College Athletic Conference Division III Mid-Atlantic Offensive Player of the Week.  Katherine has been on the lacrosse team for all four years in college and has served as the captain for the last two years.  We're all very excited for you, Kathryn!

Students in Dr. Tracey Mason's Instrumental Analysis course served as judges for 4th and 5th grade science fair projects at Gunpowder Elementary in Baltimore County.  The elementary school students were excited to share their projects, and our SU science majors were happy to share in that excitement!

Students, faculty and staff celebrated Earth Day at the 2015 Greenfest!  There were tables and exhibits about green chemistry (by the ACS student group), buidling Reefballs to protect the Chesapeake Bay, animal protection, beekeeping, and many others.  A good time was had by all and everyone learned a lot!

 
 
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