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Chemistry and Biochemistry News

MARM 2019

L-R Kelsey Duprey, Meytal Guller, Dr. Dwyer, Alex Bull, Dr. Mason, Erica Quan, Kait Beardsley

MARM 2019 panel

Alex Bull (BS'18) participated in a panel discussion by recent graduates

The Summer Science Research Scholars have begun work in the labs since Memorial day, but took off a day to attend the Mid-Atlantic Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society with faculty members Drs. Dwyer and Mason. The students attended a panel presentation of recent graduates, including Chemistry alum Alex Bull (BS'18) who offered perspective on what lies after graduation. After the panel, students participated in a picnic lunch and a chemistry team trivia contest and attended talks that interested them. 

grad with son

Congratulations to Biochemistry Alum, Aaron Dixon on being honored with the The Orsia F. Young Leadership Award at the SU Graduation!  This award is conferred on a graduating student from each academic school who has performed in an outstanding manner as a leader in the university community, initiated action, motivated others to do so, and has been an agent for positive change in the university.  It was a well earned award!  

spring grads

Congratulations to the Class of 2019 in Chemistry and Biochemistry! A video of commencement can be viewed here. 

More photos can be viewed on the SOS Facebook page.

Senior Sendoff 1

Senior Sendoff 2

Senior Sendoff 3

Senior Sendoff 4

The School of the Sciences celebrated our graduating seniors with a sendoff picnic. Students were treated with picnic food, desserts, yard games and raffle prizes. The students awarded superlatives to the faculty. It was a beautiful afternoon to relax after finals and prepare for upcoming graduation festivities! 

Link to biochemistry video

Check out this awesome new informational video taken during an actual integrative biochemistry lab led by chemistry professors Dr. Tim Dwyer and Dr. Jeremy Burkett. Click the photo to watch in YouTube. 

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