The Department of Chemistry wishes you a happy and healthy holiday season. View holiday video message from department members.
Kate Vannoy is a recipient of a Department of Justice fellowship. She is looking forward to working on her research project with the goal of producing a cost-effective electrochemical sensor that is capable of simultaneous, in-field quantification of trace amounts of illicit drugs in solvated powder and saliva.
Our Fall 2020 Alumni Newsletter is here! In this issue, read about our new Department Chair, COVID-19 related research in the department and adjusting to life during the pandemic.
Carolina Chemistry's annual Junior/ Senior Awards Banquet celebrates the achievements and strides made by juniors and seniors in their academic studies and research in the lab.
The Warren Lab published a manuscript in the Journal of the Physical Chemistry Letters that reports a fundamentally new concept in electrochemistry: the transfer of electrons without reduction or oxidation.
UNC Chemistry undergraduate students, Alex Lin and Milan Patel, were recently awarded Senior Honors Thesis awards by Honors Carolina.
Three chemistry graduate students were selected among 10 finalists in UNC Chapel Hill's 2020 3MT competition. The Three Minute Thesis (3MT) is an academic competition that assists current graduate students with fostering effective presentation and communication skills.
Each academic year, the Department of Chemistry recognizes outstanding graduate student teaching assistants with a $750 cash award. The awardees were nominated by lab instructors and lab staff and selected by the Undergraduate Labs Committee.
UNC Chemistry doctoral students, Erin Day and Ann Marie May, were recently awarded the Department of Defense (DoD) National Defense Science and Engineering (NDSEG) Fellowships.
Leslie Hicks, associate professor of chemistry, is the recipient of the Society for Redox Biology and Medicine’s (SfRBM) 2020 Mentoring Excellence Award.
Stewart, along with mentors and colleagues from UNC-Chapel Hill, recently launched Level the Playing Field, an organization intended to create generational change for minority students by providing professional development and access to door-opening internships.