The department would like to congratulate Ashley Harder who received the UMKC Department of Chemistry American Chemical Society Inorganic Award. Ashley is a senior graduating in May 2017 and has worked in Prof. Peng’s group performing research.
The UMKC Department of Chemistry American Chemical Society Inorganic Award recognizes the achievements by undergraduate students in inorganic chemistry and hopes to encourage students to pursue further study in the field. This award is sponsored by the American Chemical Society, Division of Inorganic Chemistry, and administered by VIPEr (Virtual Inorganic Pedagogical Electronic Resource).
Zainab Albader will be presenting on May 2, 2017 in Graduate Student Seminar. Her talk is entitled “Recent Advances in Hetaryne Chemistry: Efforts Toward the Development of a Single Platform for the Generation of 4,5-, 5,6-, and 6,7-Indole Arynes“. Seminar begins at 11:30 AM and is held in Spencer Hall Room 213. All are welcome. Coffee and light snacks will be served.
Reid Brenner will be presenting on April 25, 2017 in Graduate Student Seminar. His talk is entitled “Applications of Vibrational Spectroscopy to Current Problems in Molecular Structure“. Talks are begin at 11:30 AM and are held in Spencer Hall Room 213. All are welcome. Coffee and light snacks will be served.
From left to right: Department of Chemistry Chair Kathleen Kilway and Miss Asia M. Williams. Picture courtesy of Prof. David Van Horn.
The Department of Chemistry congratulates Miss Asia M. Williams for ten (10) years of service to the University of Missouri-Kansas City University! Miss Williams was presented with a certificate from the University of Missouri System President, Dr. Choi from the chair of the department. The department is grateful to have Miss Williams and celebrates her for achieving this great milestone.
Professor Christine Aikens will be presenting at the Department of Chemistry Seminar on April 13, 2017. She will be delivering a talk entitled “Understanding Nanoparticle Properties using Theoretical Methods“. Dr. Aikens is currently a Professor in the Department of Chemistry at Kansas State University. Her research uses theoretical and computational methods to understand the structure and properties of nanomaterials. She is a former NSF CAREER award winner (2010) and Camille Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar (2011). For more about her research please visit the Aikens Group page.
Seminars are held in Spencer Hall Room 213 from 11:30 AM – 12:45 PM. All are welcome to join. Coffee and snacks will be served.