Dedication to Dr. Yennie outside of MacMillan HallOn May 4, 2017, friends and family of Dr. Craig Yennie gathered to remember his life and dedicate a tree in his memory. In November 2016, the Department of Chemistry received the sad news of the passing of alumnus Craig Yennie, who graduated with a PhD in Chemistry in 2012. Craig was the inaugural Ph.D. recipient in Prof. Sarah Delaney’s laboratory.
Research between the labs of Profs. Shouheng Sun and Christopher Seto in the Department of Chemistry has been featured in Chemical & Engineering News (1), a publication by the American Chemical Society, as well as News from Brown.
The Department of Chemistry congratulates Lucas Weiser '17, winner of Brown's Outstanding Chemistry Student Award from the Rhode Island Section of the American Chemical Society. Lucas will present his poster titled "Water Soluble [4Fe-4S] Clusters as a Point of Crosstalk Between Nitric Oxide and Hydrogen Sulfide" at the ACS RI Chapter Poster Session & Awards Night on April 11.
Tian JianThe Department of Chemistry is proud to announce that Tian Jian, a graduate student in Professor Lai-Sheng Wang's lab, has received an Outstanding Self-Financed Students Abroad award. This highly competitive award is set up by the China Scholarship Council (CSC) to honor overseas Chinese students with outstanding academic accomplishments.
The Department of Chemistry presents Professor Kenneth D. Karlin as the 2017 Leallyn Burr Clapp lecturer. He will give the lecture on Thursday, April 13 and a colloquium the following day as part of Chemistry's Friday Colloquium Series.
On January 24, 2017, 30 students along with teachers and staff from the 360 High School in Providence visited Brown for the first-ever STEM Day, hosted by Prof. Ou Chen and sponsored by the Department of Chemistry.