The next Seminar will be Thursday November 19, 2015 on at 11:30 a.m. in the Life Science Building room 142. Bryan Dickinson, University of Chicago, "Fluorescence and transcription probes to analyze mammalian signaling"
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Chemistry Professor Patrick Daubenmire strives to teach students about more than the nuts and bolts of chemistry. He wants them to understand why the subject is valuable and how it affects people's lives—particularly with regard to sustainability.
In 1968, the American Chemical Society (ACS) developed Project SEED, a program geared toward economically disadvantaged, high-achieving high school students by providing them with an opportunity to work directly with professional chemists and university professors for a summer.
Loyola students studying science or math will get a chance to start their research earlier than ever. The University’s new First-Year Research Experience allows undergraduate students pursuing STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) degrees a chance to perform exciting research with faculty members as first-year students.
Chemistry Professor Patrick L. Daubenmire has been recognized for his work in bringing sustainability into chemistry classrooms. Dr. Daubenmire is one of four recipients of the 2015 Award for Incorporation of Sustainability into Chemistry Education, a prestigious award from the American Chemical Society and its Committee on Environmental Improvement.
The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry invites applications for the Carl Moore Endowed Chair beginning fall 2015. Preference is for an appointment at the rank of Professor, although advanced Associate Professors will also be considered for the position.
Nominators described how Denise illustrates a commitment to excellence on a daily basis in her job as Office Coordinator. She keeps the department running smoothly with her outstanding management skills, unwavering patience and great attitude.