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2013 Hillebrand Award to Professor Michael P. Doyle

The  Chemical Society of Washington has announced  that our own Mike Doyle is this year’s  recipient of the Hillebrand Prize.  The Hillebrand Prize  is awarded by the ACS Chemical Society of Washington f
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Professor Isaacs group’s recent article cited as a “very important paper” by Angewandte Chemie

The featured paper titled, “Cucurbit[7]uril⋅Guest Pair with an Attomolar Dissociation Constant” is described as a “very important paper” and will also appear as a “frontispiece&
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UMD ACS Student Chapter seeks talented help with tutoring high school students

The University of Maryland ACS Student Chapter has secured a grant to support underprivileged and underrepresented minorities in STEM.
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Special seminar: “Diversity Models that Work in Graduate & Undergraduate Science Education

Louisiana State University Boyd Professor and Philip West Professor Isiah Warner has developed successful mentoring programs that involve faculty, postdoctoral fellows, graduate students and undergraduates, all
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Chemistry and Biochemistry co-sponsored RJ Mitte (of Breaking Bad) Lecture on Thursday, November 21

Chemistry and Biochemistry co-sponsored the RJ Mitte ( the actor who plays Walt Jr. from AMC’s Breaking Bad) lecture on November 21 at 7pm in the Grand Ballroom of the Adele H. Stamp Student Union.
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Fred Nytko featured in C&EN video “Getting LinkedIn To A Job”

Here’s a short video and article from Chemical & Engineering News which may be useful to graduate students. It’s called “Getting LinkedIn To A Job”