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The Departments of Chemistry and Biochemistry and Coatings and Polymeric Materials at North Dakota State University will host 10 undergraduate students in an interdisciplinary summer research program focused on Green Chemistry.
Each REU student will work with individual Research Mentor over the course of 10 weeks, maximizing one-on-one mentoring experience. In addition to the research activities, students are expected to attend workshops on conducting research and professional development sessions.
The program begins Tuesday, May 31, 2022 (plan to arrive 1-3 days prior) and runs through Friday, August 5, 2022.
College Science and Mathematics Graduating Class of 2022!
Each of our graduating students have reached their goal—earning a college degree! Each blazed their own path to achieve this dream! We are confident that you will accomplish great things in your career.
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Andrew Croll, associate professor of physics, and Wenjie Xia, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering, collaborated to publish a paper in the scientific journal Matter.
Krystal Grieger, graduate student in chemistry education, was presented NDSU’s prestigious Mary McCannel Gunkelman Recognition Award during ceremonies May 4 at the Harry D. McGovern Alumni Center.
Wenfang Sun, James A. Meier Senior Professor of chemistry and biochemistry, has received a $431,850 grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to conduct breast cancer research.
Four outstanding faculty members have been selected to receive NDSU’s Peltier Award for Teaching Innovation. They include:
• Eric Gjerdevig, lecturer of management and marketing
• Trung “Tim” Le,…
Barney Geddes, assistant professor of microbiological sciences, has received a $450,000 New Innovator in Food and Agriculture Research award from the Foundation for Food & Agriculture Research. Geddes…