Congratulations to those recent graduates that are heading to graduate and professional programs!
- Elly Bier (’14) — Duke University (PhD – Medical Physics)
- Christa Blaquiere (’14) — U of Iowa (PhD – Chemistry)
- Khomson KeratiThamkul (’14) — U of Iowa (PhD – Chemistry)
- Andrew Lund (’14) — U of M (Dental school)
- Lindsey Niederhaus (’13) — U of M (PharmD)
- Ashley Waters (’14) — U of Cincinnati (PhD – Chemistry)
- Ali Wolf (’13) — George Washington University (Physician Assistant program)
- Allison Zank (’14) — North Carolina State University (PhD – Chemistry)
This summer, a group of Auggie chemists will be testing out their lab skills in some great off-campus research labs! Congratulations and good luck to everyone!
- Weih Borh (’16) — RensselaerUniversity
- Chris DeVet (’15) — CIMA Pharmaceuticals (internship)
- Daniel Hilderbrandt (’15) — Mayo SURF program
- Oscar Martinez (’16) — Scripps Research Institute (FL)
- Lily Moloney (’15) — Scripps Research Institute (CA)
- Andrew Roehl (’15) — Colorado State University
- Ben Swanson (’15) — Northwestern University (MRSEC program)
Six students and two faculty members attended and presented 4 posters at the national ACS meeting in Dallas over Spring Break!
Congratulations to Allison Zank for winning the Goldwater Scholar, and to Ashley Waters for the Honorable Mention for Goldwater Scholar.
Allison Zank ’14, who is studying chemistry, received a Barry Goldwater Scholarship. This $7,500 award is given to students from throughout the United States who excel in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) disciplines and who plan to work in a STEM field upon graduation. Zank is Augsburg’s first female Goldwater Scholar and one of only eight students in Minnesota to receive the award. Augsburg’s Ashley Waters ’14 was recognized for her outstanding scholarship when she was named one of seven Minnesotans to receive an Honorable Mention in the Goldwater Scholarship competition.
CHM 464 Adv. Organic Chem. featured in Journal of Visualized Experiments (JoVE)
Capitalizing on an opportunity to recreate Augsburg College’s advanced organic chemistry class, assistant professor of chemistry, Dr. Michael Wentzel, has developed a highly attractive approach to a complicated subject matter. He forces his students to work together.
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Good luck to all our students who are participating in off-campus research programs this summer! Have a fun and productive summer!
- Elly Bier (’14) — NIST
- Eric Bowman (’15) — University of Nebraska – Lincoln
- Kirubel Frew (’14) — Johns Hopkins University and MIT
- Anna Harraf (’14) — South Dakota State University
- Ashley Waters (’14) — University of Minnesota
Congratulations to our graduating class of 2013! In picture (from left): Kevin Schultz, Krysten Wallace, Jessica Geisinger, Joe Buchman, Nate Freshour, Amy Balto, Chad Gilmer, Walker Glasoe, Alex Sorum, Samia Hassan (not pictured: Sandra Hinz, Peter Schmidt, Will Matchett, Amal Farah, and Ali Wolfe)
Congratulations to our recent graduates who have been admitted to graduate programs:
- Amy Balto (’13): Oregon State University — MS in Food Science
- Joe Buchman (’13): University of Minnesota — PhD in Chemistry
- Walker Glasoe (’13): Oregon State University — PhD in Chemistry
- Chad Gilmer (’13): University of Iowa — PhD in Chemistry
As an international student, Frew selected Augsburg because of its well-respected science programs and its welcoming staff, which he identified during his college application process. Today he recognizes that the warmth of the Augsburg community extends beyond campus to its alumni network.
Check out the story on Augsburg Now featuring our Chemistry student,Kirubel Frew (’14).
Congratulations to 2013 graduate Joe Buchman for receiving the prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Student Fellowship! Joe will use the Fellowship towards his Doctoral study in Chemistry at the University of Minnesota from the summer of 2013.
The annual Agre Challenge, co-sponsored by the Augsburg Chemistry Society and the Augsburg Physics Society, will be held on 11/09/2012.
Walker Glassoe (class of 2013), research students of Dr. Dave Hanson, gave an oral presentation on “Sulfuric Acid Nucleation: A Systematic Study of the Effect of Bases” at the 31st annual American Association for Aerosol Research in Minneapolis, MN.
Nate Freshour (class of 2013), research students of Dr. Dave Hanson, also at the 31st annual American Association for Aerosol Research in Minneapolis, MN.