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Dissertation Defense – Matthew Hammers, May 12th

  Good luck to Matthew Hammers as he defends his thesis for his PhD in Chemistry! Thursday, May 12, 2016 2:00 PM in 331 KLA   The title of his thesis is “The Development of Fluorescent Probes and Slow-Releasing H2S Donors for Studying Biological H2S” 
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Upcoming Organic/Inorganic Chemistry Seminars

Francois Diederich, the winner of the 2016 University of Oregon Creativity Award in Chemistry will give two talks this week. The talks will be held today, May 3, 2016, from 3:30 – 4:30pm in 331 Klamath Hall and Friday, May 6, from 2:30 – 3:30pm also in 331 Klamath Hall. Professor Diederich (b. ...
Poster Makarov

Upcoming Physical Chemistry Seminar ~ Dmitrii Makarov

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2016 UO Alumni Achievement Award in Chemistry and Biochemistry

The winner of this year’s Alumni Achievement Award, UO Alumnus Alan Waggoner (Ph.D. 1969) will give a talk on Friday, 14-Oct-2016 and be honored at a banquet dinner that evening. Vickie DeRose and Michael Pluth are hosting the event. You can read more about Professor Waggoner’s research ...
L-R, UO Chemistry graduate students Lisa Eytel, Micah Donor, Aurora Ginzburg, Andrea Steiger,
Mari Saif and Meredith Sharps

6 Current UO Chemistry and Biochemistry Students & 3 Alumni chosen for 2016 NSF Awards and Honorable Mentions

L-R, UO chemistry graduate students Lisa Eytel, Micah Donor, Aurora Ginzburg, Andrea Steiger,Mari Saif and Meredith Sharps When the National Science Foundation announced the 2016 awardees and honorable mentions for their Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP), the University of Oregon ...
Poster Zuckerman

Upcoming Physical Chemistry Seminar ~ Daniel Zuckerman

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CAS article features Mark Lonergan as one of three Tykeson Teaching Award Winners

Trio of Top Teachers

Chantal serves as a traffic signal for a group of teachers engaged in a EiE transportation engineering activity. The objective is to improve a model intersection, so half of the group is pretending to be motorists, testing the idea that a stop light would help improve efficiency and safety.

UO Alumna Helps Build Science Literacy for the Next Generation

Dr. Chantal Balesdent, class of 2013 While pursuing her PhD in chemistry at the University of Oregon, Chantal Balesdent, class of 2013, knew that she was passionate about sharing her love for science, but didn’t feel drawn to a traditional teaching career. So as graduation drew near, Chantal ...
Lane County Health Policy Event Flyer

UO Science Policy Initiative Event – April 28th

Catching Up with Rebecca Price and Paul Jagodzinski

Alumna Rebecca Price, MD (MS Chemistry, 1984) is retired from her General Surgery practice and spends her time volunteering with Master Gardeners, the Alzheimer’s Association, and the Northern Arizona Forestry Department. Paul Jagodzinski (Post-doc with Warner Peticolas, 1979-81) continues ...
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