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Chemistry and Biochemistry News

Danielle Haynes

Congratulations to Biochemistry alumnae (BS'16) on her decision to attend UMB School of Pharmacy to obtain her PharmD. Danielle had her pick, as she was accepted to all five universities to which she applied! Since graduation, Danielle has been completing additional pre-requisites for her application while working as a shift manager at MOD pizza and as a bank teller at NASA FCU. She will be hitting the books again soon,  as classes start later this this summer! Congrats Danielle! 

Baltimore Sun April 26

In last Sunday's Education section of the Baltimore Sun, Chemistry alum Andrew McGregor (BS'15/MSFS'16) was pictured at the first Mustang Mentors event. This is a new initiative  that connects students to Stevenson Alumni and community partners to provide networking opportunities and career advice. Andrew is an engineer and technical director with the Department of Defense and is a great mentor for students looking to pursue the forensic science masters degree at Stevenson. 

                             Carly, Rowan, and Josh Allison

Alumnae and adjunct instructor Carli Castiglia Allison (BS'15/MS'16) and her husband, applied math alum Josh Allison (BS'15) welcomed their son Roman Lee on February 18, 2020. Little Roman weighed in at 6 lbs 15 oz and was 19.5 inches long. Congratulations to the whole family! 

                    Green Chemistry in Government and Industry Cover

Chemistry faculty member Dr. Sara Narayan has written a book chapter, to appear in the pending release of Green Chemistry in Government and Industry, Volume 5. The chapter is titled "Sustainability and some green initiatives in undergraduate education." Dr. Narayan has been working on green approaches to science in her own research for some time, including microwave assisted synthesis and molecular modeling experiments.

Chris and Jenn Wohn  Wedding Cake Jenn and Odin  Wedding favor

This is a strange time that we will reflect on for generations. Imagine your wedding plans were one of the casualties of quarantine? This is exactly what happened to alum Jenn Kurek (BS Chem'10). Jenn and fiancee Chris Wohn met two years ago... he is the director of Research for Baltimore City Public Schools and she is a Safety Officer for Howard County. They were planning a small ceremony at the county courthouse, but the courthouse was due to close because of Covid-19. Jenn's Aunt quickly received her online ministry license and was able to officiate the wedding in their living room with close friends and family on March 19th. Some were there in person, while others were there via Skype. Both being scientists, the reception was decked out with virus themed wedding cake and favors because as Jenn says "science and puns are the gifts that keep on giving". The couple reside in Howard county with their fur family, Abra the cat and Odin the puppy, who looked great in his tux. Congratulations to Dr. and Mrs. Wohn; best wishes for the future! 

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