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From the Chemistry Department

Olja Simoska Awarded ACS Division of Analytical Chemistry Graduate Fellowship

Graduate student Olja Simoska, member of the Keith Stevenson and Jason Shear research groups, is the recipient of an American Chemical Society Division of Analytical Chemistry Graduate Fellowship sponsored by the Society for Analytical Chemists of Pittsburgh (SACP). This competitive fellowship recognizes outstanding research ability ...

Que Group Students Win at 3MT

Two graduate students in Emily Que's research group received top places at the second annual Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition at the University of Texas at Austin. Rahul Kadakia won the people’s choice award and Kanchan Aggarwal is the first place winner. Kanchan advances to the regional competition in Fayetteville, Arkansas. 3M...

Chemistry Graduate Students Win First and Third Place in P&G Poster Competition

Congratulations to graduate students Marta Sans and Igor Kolesnichenko, winners in the 2016 P&G Poster Competition. Marta Sans and her winning posterMarta (Eberlin Group) placed first and will receive $1,000 and a trophy for her poster, “Molecular markers of serous ovarian cancer aggressiveness and surgical outcome by ambient ionization mass sp...

Stellar Student Spotlight: Linh Dinh-Nguyen

Linh Dinh-Nguyen is a senior in the Department of Chemistry and a member of the Practical Molecular Sensors Freshman Research Initiative (FRI) stream.  What influenced your decision to attend the University of Texas at Austin and study chemistry? I chose to attend UT because of the vast amount of research opportunities offered to undergr...

Council of Graduate Chemists Hosts Mock Interview Marathon

On December 10th, 2015, the Council of Graduate Chemists (CGC) hosted a series of mock interviews for industry jobs, allowing graduate students to receive one-on-one interview practice and critical feedback. Thirty-three students each spent thirty minutes interviewing with an industry volunteer, whose valuable feedback stemmed from years of hiring ...