Dr. Craig N. Streu received a $55,000 grant from the American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Fund for his project “Novel Transition Metal Complexes for Use in Asymmetric Synthesis”. The funds will be used to support student summer research into new catalysts with applications for the synthesis of pharmaceuticals, amino acids, and/or novel materials.
Getting Hands-On Experience
St. Mary's chemistry and biochemistry majors were busy this summer participating in research and medical internships on campus and around the country. Ashton Engdahl (above) spent her summer developing a green synthesis of functionalized pyrroles on campus with a paid research internship through our campus SMURF program.
Faculty and Staff
Chemistry Lab Coordinator
Office: Goodpaster Hall Room 202
Phone Number: (240) 895-4355