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Chemistry and Biochemistry News

The Environmental Club won several awards this spring at the Student Government Club Leadership Awards Banquet. The club won Best Collaborative Program for GreenFest, a fair in which individuals and other clubs showed the important roles the environment plays in our lives. Dr. Kimberly Tucker, left, was honored as the best club advisor. Congratulations to chemistry senior, Mercedes Vilasoa, right, president of the club!

Biochemistry sophomore Zoe Singman is spending her summer conducting research in a microbiology lab in the Department of Otolaryngology- Head and Neck Surgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

Zoe, a 2013 recipient of the Toby Eagle Scholarship for Cancer Research, learned a lot about lab work last summer and was very familiar with laboratory techniques when she started Stevenson last fall.

This summer, she looks forward to working in Dr. David Sidransky’s lab, learning more and being able to perform her own experiments. Zoe looks forward to a future career in medicine.

Congratulations to senior Mercedes Vilasoa on receiving the Chemistry Department’s Service Award at the May Celebration! Mercedes was recognized for her dedication to participating in department events and her work as president of the Environmental Sciences Club.

Rebecca Wong was recognized at the May Celebration for obtaining the highest GPA of all graduating chemistry and biochemistry seniors. Dr. Ellen Roskes presented her with an award and a gift to celebrate her accomplishments. Congratulations, Rebecca!

During Graduation Week, the School of the Sciences celebrated our seniors at the annual May Celebration. All seniors and their families were invited to join faculty and staff for the event. Food, awards, a senior slide show and presents made the event spectacular!  

 
 
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