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2015 Poster Prize Winners

Each fall, the Department of Chemistry hosts a poster session where graduate students showcase departmental research. Annual poster prizes are awarded to students with best posters in four categories. Congratulations go out to this year's recipients! 

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Photo Credit: SLAC. Click to zoom.Photo Credit: SLAC. Click to zoom.Work from the lab of Prof. Peter Weber has been featured on "News From Brown." 

Click to zoom.Click to zoom.Lithium enolates are the most widely utilized reactive intermediate in organic synthesis.  Prof.

2015 Undergraduate Diploma Ceremony2015 Undergraduate Diploma Ceremony

The department is proud to announce that graduate student Corey Compton's dissertation has been featured on "News from Brown." Corey has worked in Prof. Jason Sello's lab and will receive his Ph.D. in Chemistry on May 24, 2015.

The department extends a gracious welcome to Dr. Ou Chen, who will join the faculty as Assistant Professor of Chemistry on August 1, 2015. Currently a postdoctoral researcher in Prof. Moungi Bawendi's lab group at MIT, Dr.

On May 5, 2015, the department gathered to celebrate this past year's accomplishments of our students, faculty, and staff. The celebration began with conferral of undergraduate and graduate student awards and was followed by a reception.

Congratulations to all students who received awards.

Chemistry concentrator Therese Carter '16 and Biochemistry concentrator Lauren Levy '16 have been inducted into the Society of Royce Fellows. Royce Fellows are sponsored by faculty and receive a stipend to pursue an independent research or public service project. Therese was sponsored by Prof. Meredith Hastings (Dept. of Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences) and her research project is titled "Communicating Nitrogen to Scientists and Citizens." Lauren was sponsored by Prof.

Will Furuyama '15: Will presents his poster at the 2014 Summer Research SymposiumWill Furuyama '15: Will presents his poster at the 2014 Summer Research Symposium