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E.g., Jan 28 2020
Alumnus Alan Hargens, Ph.D.
01/28/20

Alumnus Alan Hargens receives Nicolas Andry Award

Alumnus Alan Hargens (chemistry '66), Ph.D., has received the Nicolas Andrey Award from the Association of Bone and Joint Surgeons. He is professor and...More »

01/28/20

Researchers create activities designed to improve collaboration skills.

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logo for March 24, 2020 ACS national meeting alumni and friends breakfast
01/22/20

Alumni and Friends Breakfast, March 24.

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01/22/20

Emily Prebihalo receives teaching assistant award.

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Proposed collaboration space
01/13/20

Gov. Tim Walz proposes investing $224.2 million in infrastructure upgrades and capital improvements.

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11/26/19

Kiall Francis Suazo.

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11/26/19

Debmalya Ray.

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11/26/19

Stephanie Mitchell.

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11/26/19

Kajari Bera.

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hands working with materials under a hood
11/26/19

Department’s environment of diversity, collaboration, and caring enrich graduate school life.

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General chemistry graphic
11/25/19

Opportunities abound for undergraduate chemistry majors.

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Photo of the front of Smith Hall
11/21/19

Two professors celebrate decades of research, teaching, and service.

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11/20/19

Professors Cramer and Truhlar on list of Highly Cited Researchers.

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Undergraduate Meghan Cahill working in the lab.
11/20/19

Meghan Cahill receives ACS Undergraduate Award in Analytical Chemistry.

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Fe(II) sites situated in the nodes of a metal-organic framework.
11/07/19

Light alkane oxidation of Fe(II) sites in metal–organic framework nodes.

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Gold sweatshirt for Department of Chemistry store
11/07/19

Department of Chemistry Store.

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10/21/19

Professor Haynes named to The Analytical Scientist Power List.

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Alumna Tina Arrowood, Ph.D.
10/17/19

Alumna Tina Arrowood delivers Ted Talk on minimizing salt threats to water systems.

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10/09/19

Nanoparticles may have bigger impact on the environment than previously thought.

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