Department of Chemistry
Prospective Graduate Students Saturday April 19, 2014
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Faculty Highlights: Prof. Richard Brutchey
Tellurium nanorod (left), indium sulfide nanorods (middle), and I-III-VI quantum dots (right).

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04/21/2014: Physical-Theoretical
Prof. Francesco Paesani
University of California San Diego
"Computer modeling of metal-organic frameworks: From molecular adsorption to proton conduction"
12:00 Noon, Seaver Science Auditorium

04/23/2014: Organic-Materials
Prof. Matthias Brewer
Department of Chemistry, The University of Vermont
"Ring Fragmentations and Cationic Heteroallenes: Unconventional Routes to Nitrogen Heterocycles"
12:00 p.m., Olah Library

04/28/2014: Physical-Theoretical
Prof. Valeria Kleinman
University of Florida
12:00 Noon, Seaver Science Auditorium

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Latest Departmental NewsView all news

Presidential Medallion recipient Arieh Warshel
Arieh Warshel received the Presidential Medallion at the 33rd Annual Academic Honors Convocation. The Presidential Medallion is awarded to an individual who has contributed greatly to USC in areas that promote the excellence of the institution. Congratulations Arieh!

Congratulations, new NSF Fellowship Awardees!
Beatriz Garcia-Barboza (McKenna group) and Carrie McCarthy (Brutchey group) just named recipients of the 2014 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. Kelsey Bass (Melot group) and Caitlin DeAngelo (Petasis group) also received honorary mentions. Julia Lazzari-Dean, an undergraduate Chemical Biology major who did research with Anna Krylov, also received an NSF Fellowship.

Mark Thompson named recipient of 2013 Tolman Medal
Congratulations to Mark Thompson, who has been named recipient of the 2013 Richard C. Tolman Medal. The Tolman Medal is awarded each year by the Southern California Section of the American Chemical Society in recognition of outstanding contributions to chemistry.

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