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Chemistry and Biochemistry News

Alum Rachel Buchanan (CHEM '12, MS in FSCI '13) is currently employed by the United States Department of Defense. She works for the U.S. Army Public Health Center as a Physical Science Technician. She enjoys applying her coursework from SU in her daily work. 

Biochemistry sophomore Kourtney Wells is enjoying her second year at SU!  Kourtney's career goal is to become a pediatrician and she is taking all the courses needed to prepare her for medical school.  In between studying, Kourtney enjoys being active at SU. This year, she was chosen as a School of the Sciences’ Senator in the SGA. She's excited to have this important role in Student Government!

Organic Chemistry students started their first experiment of the semester, Recrystallization and Identification of an Unknown Compound.  After purifying their compound by recrystallizion, they were planning to determine its melting point to aid them in identifying the unknown.  Shown here are four biochemistry sophomores, (top picture, l to r), Kayla Bynion and Brandi Lookingbill and (bottom picture, l to r), Morgan McCluskey Wirtz and Meghann Hefner.

Alum Brandon Smith (BS Chem '13, MS FSCI '14) is our SU Chemistry Laboratory Manager.  Brandon enjoys working as the Chemistry Lab Manager because "I am involved in the behind-the-scenes work that makes it possible for the students to have a great laboratory experience. The lab is where the students get their hands-on practice and knowledge that they will later use in their careers. To be able to help provide the students with that opportunity is very fulfilling."  Everyone is glad to have Brandon as part of the SU Chemistry Team! 

Following their successful year as Stevenson University's Club of the Year and a National American Chemical Society's Commendable Student Chapter, the new Executive Board of the ACS Club is anxious to start a new year of club activities!  ACS Club President Malik Naanaa (Chem ’16) is very excited about the upcoming university-wide Chemistry Magic Show on November 6th as well as participating in more university and community outreach programs.  Kayla Bynion (Chem '18) is now serving as the ACS Club Historian and is very excited about having a leadership position in a club that she really enjoyed being a member of during her freshman year.

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