A group of faculty has formed a materials science interest group. We have met once to discuss common research and teaching interests. Our group has asked the young faculty on campus with an interest in materials (Kim Huynh and Jeff Walters) if they would give a short presentation on their PhD research followed by some discussion. They have both kindly agreed. Our first presentation and discussion is slated for Wednesday, October 31 in Old Music 107 at 3:15. All faculty, staff, and students are welcome. Jeff Walters will present on the following: “Pyrite FeS2: A low-cost earth-abundant solution for sustainable solar power”
Periodic Table meets this week
Thursday, October 25th, 2018
12:00 – 1:00 pm / Old Music Hall 103 to the LDC
We meet at noon in the hallway of Old Music by 103 and walk over together, or you can join us there. If you are off board, the department will cover your lunch.
Below are the comps group assignments for the 2018-19 comps program!
Celebration of Excellence in Science
There will not be a Chemistry Seminar this week.
Plan to attend the special events on Friday, 10/26 Convo, Friday Reception and Saturday, 10/27. Please note – some events require an RSVP.
Applications will soon be accepted for the 2019 Molecular Imaging Summer Program, sponsored by Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, and the 2019 Chemical Biology Summer Program, sponsored by the Tri-Institutional PhD Program in Chemical Biology.
Our online application will open on November 1.
WINTER EXTERNSHIP: Freelance Content Writer in Chemistry. You can apply for the position on the Tunnel before November 14th by searching, “Freelance Content Writer in Chemistry.”
The forms are due by Tuesday, November 6 at 5:00 p.m.