Chemistry and Biochemistry
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Chemistry and Biochemistry Department
Tenure-Track Faculty Search Update
The first round of on campus interviews has been completed. Additional interviews will be scheduled for the beginning of Spring semester if needed.
New Publications for Stieber Lab
Dr. Chantal Stieber and undergraduate chemistry student Phan Phu along with their colleagues, recently published their work in the Journal of the American Chemical Society, the top US journal for chemistry. In addition, Dr. Stieber and her Masters student Erica Hummel published their work in the Journal of Computational Science Education
Congratulations to Dr. Stieber and her students!
In Memoriam, Dr. Walter Maya
It is with much sadness that we report the passing of our esteemed colleague, Dr. Walter Maya, Professor Emeritus. Dr. Maya lost his battle with lung cancer, he was 89.
Dr. McCulloch Publishes Paper
Congratulations to Dr. Kathryn McCulloch and her colleagues on their publication entitled "The Structure of the Bifunctional Everninomicin Biosynthetic Enzyme EvdMO1 Suggests Independent Activity of the Fused Methyltransferase-Oxidase Domains" in the journal Biochemistry.
John Lab Publishes Paper
Dr. Alex John, Assistant Professor, and Chemistry undergraduate Christine Navarro just published their work entitled "Deoxydehydration using a commercial catalyst and readily available reductant" in the journal Inorganic Chemistry Communications. Congratulations on your publication!
Ernie Simpson, Professor Emeritus, Receives Award
Although retired, Dr. Ernie Simpson is still active in service to the chemical profession. Simpson was just awarded the Western Regional E. Ann Nalley Award for volunteer service to the American Chemical Society. He will be honored at the October 27 awards ceremony at the 2018 nano-Western Regional Meeting in Pasadena. Congratulations to Dr. Simpson!
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