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Chemistry and Biochemistry News

The Annual Geraldine and Sam Dell Scholarship Lecture was held Wednesday, March 23, 2022 featuring guest Lecturer, Tim O’Donald, President, Harbor East Management Group and adjunct professor in the Brown School of Business and Leadership. Congratulations to Biochemistry Junior, Sarah Padilla and Business Administration major, Johana Arjone on their selection as the 2022 Dell Scholars from the FSOS and BSOBL respectively. Read the full story here. Congratulations, Sarah! 

Sarah Padilla Accepts her award

Sarah Padilla

Sarah Padilla, Tim O'Donald, President Hirshman, Johana Arjone

ACS SAC 2022

Join us in celebrating one of our own students recieves the ACS student award, and the keynote address by Dr. Jay Tobin of our Forensics Graduate Program.

                      Justine Woodburn

Justine Woodburn (BS '10) first worked at the  Proctor and Gamble company during her senior capstone internship in the summer of 2009. They hired her as a full time researcher before she even graduated, they were so impressed! During her career in research at P&G, Justine has participated in the devlopment and launch of many well-known consumer products and formulations: Tide Pods, Tide Pods Free & Gentle, Tide Pods + Febreze, Tide Liquid Restage, and Tide Fresh Coral Blast. Justine's most recent acccomplishement was highlighted as the project found on the P&G Facebook page: Tide for Baby. Congratulations on all of your achievments, Justine! 

panel of speakers

Chemistry faculty member, Dawn Ward (left), was on the Plenary Panel for the Paul D. Lack Scholars' Showcase at SU.  Dr. Ward explained how her research has led to important results in the area of organic and medicinal chemistry, but more than that, students have benefitted by learning how to do research. Those students have used the deductive reasoning and the lab skills they learned from research in their careers and in graduate and professional school. She shared some wonderful stories about the students who have worked with her.

Lunch and Learn February

Students, if you are curious about the BS to MS program in Forensic Sciences or Crime Scene investigation, join in on a virtual Lunch and Learn on Wednesday February 23 at noon. RSVP to the URL provided to recieve the join link. If you can't make it this time, there will be another opportunity in April. Hope to see you there! 

 
 
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