2017 Chemistry Graduation Ceremony

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2017 Chemistry Graduation Ceremony

The VCU Department of Chemistry’s Graduation Ceremony will take place Friday, May 12th, 6:00 PM at the Greater Richmond Convention Center – Exhibit Hall C. We are honored to have Dr. Amy Rose, a surgeon with Surgical Associates of Richmond on Richmond’s southside and a Chemistry alumni speak at graduation. Amy T. Rose, MD, is an advanced minimally […]

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Lidia Vallarino Memorial Lecture

Hybrid Inorganic Materials. From Fundamentals to Applications  April 7th, 2017, 4-5:30 pm, MCAL 2100 Luisa De Cola   University of Strasbourg, France Dedicated to the memory of Prof. Lidia Vallarino (Dr. V) My passion for luminescent molecules has started during my post-doc, in Dr. V.‘s lab. Such an interest continued during my entire career and in […]

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Altria Seminar

Probing the Transition from Molecules to Particles Richard C. Flagan 3:30 PM, Oliver 1024 March 23rd, 2017 Particles in the low nanometer size regime are formed from the vapor phase throughout the atmosphere, some when hot, vapor-laden gases are released into cooler air, contributing to high near-roadway concentrations of ultrafine particles that have been linked […]

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2017 Kapp Lecture

 David R. Liu  Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator, Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology Harvard University Title: Protein Evolution and Engineering to Enable Biotechnology, Genome Editing, and Novel Therapeutics 4:00-5:00 pm Reception Rodney’s in Shafer Dining Hall 5:00 pm Lecture Hibbs Hall room 403 David R. Liu is Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Harvard University, […]

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2016 John B. Fenn Lecture

Non-Covalent Peptide Assembly: The Latest News November 3rd, 2016 Academic Learning Commons room 1201 5:30 – 6:40 pm Michael T Bowers University of California, Santa Barbara https://labs.chem.ucsb.edu/bowers/michael/ Nearly all important biological processes involve non-covalent binding between various biopolymers. Sometimes these processes become aberrant and instead of facilitating cellular function they lead to serious disease. One […]

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Location Update: Chemistry Graduation Ceremony

Congratulations Class of 2016!  The Chemistry Department’s Graduation Ceremony will be held on Friday, May 13th at 6:00 pm at the Greater Richmond Convention Center, Exhibit Hall C (403 N. 3rd Street, Richmond, VA  23219). Dr. James Frazier from Pfizer Consumer Healthcare will be speaking at graduation. Information about parking can be found at: http://www.richmondcenter.com/attending/parking-directions/.  Expect to encounter […]

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2015 John B. Fenn Lecture

Acceleration of Reactions in Charged Microdroplets Richard N. Zare Stanford University September 8th, 2015  Academic Learning Commons room 1201 5:30-6:40 p.m. Using high-resolution mass spectrometry, we have studied the synthesis of isoquinoline in a charged electrospray droplet and the complexation between cytochrome c and maltose in a fused droplet to investigate the feasibility of droplets […]

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Dr. Samy El-Shall to Give Elske Smith Lecture

M. Samy El-Shall, professor in the Department of Chemistry, will present this year’s Elske v.P. Smith lecture on Tuesday, April 21 in Virgina Rooms A & B of the Student Commons. Samy’s lecture, VCU Opportunities for Research Cooperation and Science Diplomacy in the Middle East, will discuss several new approaches to utilize the unique faculty […]

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Spring 2015 Graduation

VCU Chemistry Graduation Graduation Speaker: Dr. William A. Hazel, Jr. Secretary of Health and Human Resources for Commonwealth of Virginia Friday, May 8th 2015 at 6:00 PM Location: Greater Richmond Convention Center 403 N. 3rd Street, Exhibit Hall C All graduates who wish to participate in the Chemistry departmental diploma ceremony MUST report to Exhibit […]

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