Department of Chemistry
Prospective Graduate Students Monday May 25, 2015
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Faculty Highlights: Prof. Hanna Reisler
Photofragment imaging studies of irradiated ammonia-acetylene dimers.

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05/27/2015: Special Seminar
Dr. Sergei Tretiak
Theoretical Division, Center for Nonlinear Studies and Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies, Los Alamos National Laboratory
"Non-adiabatic excited state dynamics simulations of extended molecular systems
Mini lecture series on materials for energy research
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12:00 p.m., Seaver Science Auditorium

09/01/2015: Inorganic
Professor Shannon Boettcher
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Oregon
"TBA"
12:30 p.m., Seaver Science Auditorium

09/22/2015: Inorganic
Professor Ken Poeppelmeier
Department of Chemistry, Northwestern University
"TBA"
12:30 p.m., Seaver Science Auditorium

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Congratulations to Matt Pratt
Professor Matt Pratt has received a new National Science Foundation grant from the Chemistry of Life Processes program for his group's research into "Specific chemical reporters for gylcosylation pathways".
 

Alumna of the Chemistry Department, Soonja Choe, has recently become President of South Korea’s Inha University. Dr. Choe, who received her Ph.D. with Professor John Aklonis in 1985, is the first woman president of Inha University.
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We are delighted to announce that Professor Valery Fokin will be joining the Department of Chemistry in Fall 2015. Valery is best known for co-discovering the Copper-Catalyzed Azide-Alkyne Cycloaddition, recognized as the iconic example of “click chemistry” which is used in countless labs across the world. Fokin is appointed as a Professor in Chemistry and will be affiliated with both the Loker Hydrocarbon Research Institute and the Bridge@USC.
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