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Jen Heemstra on choosing a graduate adviser in C&EN

Jen Heemstra shares her advice on choosing a graduate adviser in her regular C&EN column, Office Hours.Continue readingJen Heemstra on choosing a graduate adviser in C&EN

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Welcome to our new graduate cohort!

We are excited to welcome our entering graduate cohort of 25!Continue readingWelcome to our new graduate cohort!

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Chemistry plans online celebrations of student awards

Chemistry awards over $30,000 to students annually to celebrate outstanding academic in coursework pedagogy, research, and outreach. Normally, awards are conferred during an in-person ceremony in the Science Commons. This year, due to campus closures, awards celebrations are going online. Undergraduate Virtual Awards Ceremony Friday, May 8th, 20209am-9pm@EmoryChem Twitter and Instagram Awardees will be celebrated…Continue readingChemistry plans online celebrations of student awards

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Welcome to the fall 2019 entering graduate cohort

The chemistry graduate program is excited to welcome our 2019 graduate cohort to campus!Continue readingWelcome to the fall 2019 entering graduate cohort

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Aaron Bosse wins ARCS Award

Graduate scholar Aaron Bosse has received the 2019 ARCS Award in recognition of his research accomlishments.Continue readingAaron Bosse wins ARCS Award

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Two graduate scholars named 2019 Reaxys Prize finalists

Two chemistry graduate scholars are finalists for the 2019 Reaxys PhD Prize.Continue readingTwo graduate scholars named 2019 Reaxys Prize finalists

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Nick Stair receives MoISSI Seed software fellowship

Graduate scholar Nick Stair has received a Molecular Sciences Software Institute (MolSSI) Seed Software Fellowship. Continue readingNick Stair receives MoISSI Seed software fellowship

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Consulting club gives students rapid intro to biotech business

A new club developed in chemistry and supported by the Laney Graduate School offers unique opportunities for graduate scholars and postdoc interested in biotech consulting careers.Continue readingConsulting club gives students rapid intro to biotech business

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Catalyzing advocacy in science and engineering

Chemistry graduate scholar Gokul Raghunath and colleague Lyndie Wood report on their experience at the AAAS Catalyzing Advocacy in Science and Engineering workshop.Continue readingCatalyzing advocacy in science and engineering

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Suk Cho thrives “living life to the fullest”

Graduate alum Suk Cho discusses research, industry, nutrition and “living life to the fullest.”Continue readingSuk Cho thrives “living life to the fullest”

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Tamra Blue carries on the family legacy

For 38 years, Tamra Blue’s grandmother worked in food service at Emory so that her daughter, Tamra’s mother, could attend school here. So, when the time came for Tamra to apply to graduate school, Emory was at the top of her list. When she got her offer of admission, she remembers thinking, “I got into Emory. Emory…Continue readingTamra Blue carries on the family legacy

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A unique method for studying enzymes

Morgan Bair Vaughn discusses her work with temperature jump spectroscopy in the Dyer Group.Continue readingA unique method for studying enzymes