Every year, the Emory Alumni Board and the Student Alumni Board strive to recognize the success of outstanding students and identify emerging alumni leaders from the current senior class. These students are named the 100 Senior Honorary. This year, four Emory chemistry majors were among the honorees. Claire Dakhila Ashley Diaz Liz Enyenihi Karease Quashie…Continue readingFour chemistry majors recognized among 100 Senior Honorary
PhD alum Dr. Susan D. Richardson discusses her unconventional path to a tenured position in academia in a recent piece for the series “ABCs of Education and Professional Development in Analytical Science” in the journal Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry. Prior to working in academia, Dr. Richardson worked at a government laboratory for the EPA. I…Continue readingGrad Alum Dr. Susan Richardson discusses career path
Graduate alum Suk Cho discusses research, industry, nutrition and “living life to the fullest.”Continue readingSuk Cho thrives “living life to the fullest”
What makes a scientist? In his current position, as an Analytical Chemist at The Coca-Cola Company, Dr. Ron Hunter helps achieve and maintain the high-quality products that we have come to expect from the global beverage company. What he brings to the company, however, reaches far beyond his scientific expertise. As a diversity in STEM…Continue readingDr. Ronald Hunter, Jr. and the importance of diversity
We have previously featured several undergraduate students to celebrate their unique experiences and amazing accomplishments within the Department of Chemistry. Recently, we checked in with some of these students to learn more about what they have been up to since being featured. Read on to find out what these bright minds are doing now! Matthew…Continue readingUndergraduate student round up: where are they now??
When reflecting back on his graduate work with the Emory University Department of Chemistry, Kornelius Bankston remembers his scientific endeavors with the Lynn Group to be ambitious. “I had this grandiose idea to develop a therapeutic using amyloid fiber sequences that self-assemble into tubes,” says Kornelius. “That was my big vision statement.” This “think big”…Continue readingKornelius Bankston from bench to business