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. Ashon Engdahl (above) spent her summer developing a green synthesis of calixpyrroles on campus with a paid research internship through our campus SMURF program.
Awards Aplenty in New Orleans
Josh Olexa ('13) explains his poster to a judge, and former American Chemical Society president, in the Speak Simply Contest at the 245th National ACS Meeting in New Orleans. Josh was just one of two St. Mary's College of Maryland winners as Greg Triegger ('13) was also awarded for his presentation.
Student Research Projects 2005-2006
- Allison Billock, St. Mary's Project 2005-2006: Systematic Isolation of an Antimicrobial
- J. Aaron Crapster, St. Mary's Project 2005-2006: Synthesis and Characterization of Benzyltributylammonium Fluoride and "DiMagno's Resin": Novel Fluorinating Reagents
- Robert Reif, St. Mary's Project 2005-2006: Constructing a Superior Arsenic Detector
- Christopher D. Schweitzer, St. Mary's Project 2005-2006: Pyridinium Substitution of Electron Acceptors: Photoinduced Energy Harvesting