Professor Gregory Hartland was a Guest Editor for the themed issue on "Optical Studies of Single Metal Nanoparticles" that recently appeared in Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (Volume 15, Issue 12, 2013).
Zachary Schultz, assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry, has been named a 2013 Cottrell Scholar. Cottrell Scholar Awards are given to early-career professors who have developed excellent research programs and excellent approaches to undergraduate teaching.
Students in Marya Lieberman's "Forensic Chemistry" course apply techniques they learned in class in a real-world setting through a 'CSI'-style project with the help of fellow chemistry professor Seth Brown acting as a gunshot victim in the Hesburgh Library.
Biochemistry graduate students Jordan Scott and Katherine Ward have earned an American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) travel award to present their research at the ASBMB annual meeting in Boston this April
Junior chemistry major Ansel Nalin gave a presentation on his research to 35 students at the most recent Talk Science seminar, a monthly seminar series hosted by Scientia, the Undergraduate Journal of Scientific Research.