Graduating chemistry senior Hannah King grew up on a sheep farm in rural North Carolina, and when she got to Chapel Hill, she realized there was a high-profile role that she was perfectly qualified for: caring for Rameses XXII.
Happy Holidays! We are pleased to present our Fall/Winter 2021 Alumni Magazine. Click the image to view the magazine.
The Li Lab led a collaboration with researchers at UC Davis to discover the microbial process that turns a metal into an antibiotic.
Alex Zhukhovitskiy, assistant professor of chemistry, is the recipient of the National Science Foundation’s Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award. The award recognizes individuals who have the potential to serve as academic role models in research and education and to lead advances in the mission of their department.
Carolina Chemistry’s annual Fall Banquet celebrates the achievements and strides made by juniors and seniors majoring in chemistry. Awards are presented to students who demonstrate excellence in their studies and research. Click to view the awardees.
Graduate students in the Department of Physics and Astronomy and in the Department of Chemistry pioneered a peer-mentorship initiative, alongside The Graduate School’s professional development program, in order to better serve incoming graduate students.
Award-winning chemist Frank Leibfarth will deliver the University’s 2021 Winter Commencement address at 2 p.m. Dec. 12., in the Dean E. Smith Center. The Carolina chemist is known for his innovative research in developing synthetic polymers, commonly known as plastics, as well as teaching and mentoring.
We are pleased to announce that Carolina Chemistry seniors Julie Lee, Zijian Li and Rinco Wang are recipients of research awards from Honors Carolina that will support their Senior Honors Thesis.
Professor Jason Surratt received the Kenneth T. Whitby Award for outstanding contributions to aerosol research. Sponsored by the American Association for Aerosol Research, the purpose of the award is to encourage continued work in the field and ongoing support of such endeavors.
David Nicewicz, Royce Murray Term Professor of Chemistry, is the recipient of the 2022 Arthur C. Cope Scholars Award.