Seminar Schedule

Appalachian State University Department of Chemistry
Spring 2016 Seminar Schedule
2:00 PM GWH 110

 

29-Jan:  Job Hazard Analysis Presentation (CHE 3000 and 4000 Students)
             Ms. Sammye Sigmann, Chemical Hygiene Officer, ASU Chemistry Department

 

5-Feb: ASU Chemistry Faculty Research Overviews to CHE 3000 Students


12-Feb: Career Deveolpment Presentation (CHE 3000 and 4000 Students)
             
Michelle Brown, Assistant Director ASU Career Development

 

19-Feb: Structure and Function of the Peanut Panallergen Ara h 8
             Lesa Offerman, Visiting Assistant Professor
             Department of Chemistry
             Davidson College

             (Hosted by Dr. Puckett)

 

26-Feb: How can the Fe Atom in a Single Heme Catalyze Peroxidase, Peroxygenase and Oxidase Reactions?
             Stefen Franzen, Professor
             Department of Chemistry
             North Carolina State University

             (Hosted by Dr. Hambourger)

 

4-Mar: NO SEMINAR



11-Mar: SPRING BREAK


18-Mar: Mechanistic Studies on Gold(I)-Catalyzed Reactions
              Dieter Weber, Lecturer
              Department of Chemistry
              Appalachian State University

              (Hosted by Dr. Ramey)

 

25-Mar: NO SEMINAR


1-Apr: Synthetic Biology Approach for the Biosynthesis and Diversification of Natural Products
           Gavin Williams, Associate Professor
           Department of Chemistry
           North Carolina State University

           (Hosted by Dr. Shaw)

 

8-Apr: Lanthanide-based Nanoparticles with Improved Luminescence for Potential Biomedical Applications
          Channa De Silva, Assistant Professor
          Department of Chemistry and Physics
          Western Carolina University

          (Hosted by Dr. Yoblinski)

 

15-Apr:  Eastman Chemical Company and Cellulose Esters
              Devin Barrett, Advanced Chemist
              CE Synthesis Innovation
              Eastman Chemical

              (Hosted by Dr. Christian)

 

22-Apr: The Other Major Oil Spill in 2010: Oil Weathering after the Kalamazoo River Dilbit Spill
             Bob Swarthout, Assistant Professor
             Department of Chemistry / Environmental Science
             Appalachian State University

            (Hosted by Dr. Taubman)

 

29-Apr: CHE 4400 Student Research Talks


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