|Aug 27||Dept. Seminar – Prof. Robin Grote, Otterbein University, GMCS-217, 11:00 AM|
|Aug 30||Dept. Seminar – Prof. David Patrick , Western Washington University , GMCS-301, 4:00 PM|
|Sep 20||Dept. Seminar – Dr. Arthur Hauenstein and Dr. Danielle DiTirro, SMOC Therapeutics and Brandeis University, GMCS-301, 4:00 PM|
|Sep 27||Dept. Seminar – Professor Tamir Gonen, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, UCLA, GMCS-301, 4:00 PM|
|Oct 04||Dept. Seminar – Dr. Gregor Blaha, UC Riverside, GMCS-301, 4:00 PM|
|Oct 11||Dept. Seminar – Dr. Gregor Zlokarnik, Vertex Pharmaceuticals, GMCS-301, 4:00 PM|
|Oct 18||Dept. Seminar – Prof. Anna Edlund, J. Craig Venter Institute, GMCS-301, 4:00 PM|
|Oct 25||Dept. Seminar – TBA, , GMCS-301, 4:00 PM|
|Nov 08||Dept. Seminar – Shirley Meng, UC-San Diego, GMCS-301, 4:00 PM|
|Nov 15||Dept. Seminar – Prof. Valerie deCrecy-Lagard, University of Florida, GMCS-301, 4:00 PM|
- Congratulations to Prof. Jing Gu for a new paper in Nature on characterizing lithium ionizing batteries!
- Profs. Komperda, Bergdahl, and Purse have been awarded a NSF S-STEM scholarship grant in collaboration with Southwestern College. This five-year $5 million grant will provide scholarships for community college chemistry majors transferring to SDSU as well as opportunities for mentored undergraduate research experiences with SDSU chemistry faculty.
- The NSF has awarded a research grant to Prof. Regis Komperda and her colleagues at Portland State and Auburn Universities for the development of the CHemistry Instrument Review and Assessment Library (CHIRAL). CHIRAL will help the chemistry education community identify high quality assessment instruments for classroom and research use. Congratulations!