The Department of Chemistry at Western Michigan University sponsors events each semester; faculty, staff, students and the general public are welcome to attend.
For more information regarding speakers, location or parking, please call the department at (269) 387-2870.
Seminars will be held:
Monday, 4 p.m., 1220 Chemistry Building
Friday, 11 a.m., 1710 Wood Hall
fall 2017 seminar schedule
Monday, September 18 – Direct Protein Analysis by Desorption Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectrometry presented by Professor Andre Venter, Department of Chemistry, Western Michigan University
Monday, September 25 – NANOJARS: Versatile Platform for Selective Anion Extraction and Discovery of Novel Reactivit, presented by Professor Gellert Mezei, Department of Chemistry, Western Michigan University
Friday, October 6 – Developing laboratory skills by incorporating peer-review and digital badges, presented by Kristi Tullis, Department of Chemistry, Western Michigan University
Friday, October 20 – Undergraduate Perceptions of Value: Degree Skills and Career Skills, presented by Jennifer Ribble, Department of Chemistry, Western Michigan University
Monday, October 23 – Medicinal applications of low-symmetry pyrrolic macrocycles and the chemistry of color presented by Professor Evan R. Trivedi, Department of Chemistry, Oakland University
Monday, October 30 – The Electronic Structure of Atoms Revisited, presented by Professor Emeritus Roger DeKock, Departments of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Calvin College
Monday, November 6 – High Surface Area Silsesquioxane Hybrids from Static to Active Materials, presented by Professor Joseph C. Furgal, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Chemistry Department, Bowling Green State University
Monday, November 20 – Metallacycle-Mediated Cross-Coupling: Reaction Development and Application, Frontiers in Chemistry Lecture presented by Professor Glenn C. Micalizio, New Hampshire Professor of Chemistry, Dartmouth College
Monday, November 27 – Facing down the micrometer carnivores: Antibiotic explorations in an academic laboratory, presented by Jed Fisher, Professional Specialist, University of Notre Dame