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Chemistry and Biochemistry News

Chemistry Advisory Board member, Jim Damewood, Ph.D, Business Liaison and Principal Research Toxicologist for Haskell Global Centers for Health and Environmental Sciences, was the guest speaker at the School of the Sciences' annual Dell Lecture.  His presentation, “A Chemist’s Perspective on Safety by Design," was well received by a large audience.  At the event, Chemistry junior, Abdallah Malik NaaNaa, was awarded the Dell Scholarship. This scholarship, endowed by Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dell, is awarded to a current junior in the School of the Sciences who exhibits a strong work ethic, exemplary teamwork, and uncompromising integrity.  Congratulations, Malik, on this well-deserved award!

The American Chemical Society Student Club took a trip to Stoneleigh Lanes bowling alley on a recent Friday for a fun-filled and stress-free activity. The members enjoyed each other’s company while bringing in the weekend the right way, with duck pins!

Tiffany Murray, BS Chem '08, is in her last year of Pharmacy School at Touro College in New York. She was featured in the spring 2015 Ventures  (http://www.stevenson.edu/alumni-giving/profiles-alumni/tiffany-murray).  Her ultimate goal is to open a pharmacy in her native county, Guyana.  Tiffany says, "I attibute my achievements to hard work, dedication to excellence and an amazing foundation in the sciences.  All these skills I acquired during my undergraduate years at Stevenson."   

A class activity in Dr. Jason Sonnenberg's Inorganic Chemistry class is to use models to see the 3D arrangement of various molecules.  Students are then able to determine the symmetry of the molecules to determine their point groups.

Tom Adle is really enjoying his freshman year at SU.  He chose biochemistry as his major, because it combines the chemistry and biology foundation needed for his career plans of being a pharmacist.  In his free time, Tom likes caving and rock climbing with friends.  Over the winter break, he climbed Pinnacle on the Appalachian Trail and explored Twiggs Cave in Western Maryland.  While in school, he keeps up his hobby climbing at Earth Treks.

 
 
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