A little late to this, but happy trails to Lasith, who successfully defended his dissertation in August! He is headed off to the University of Nevada Reno for a postdoc with Ying Yang.
Welcome to new graduate students Renuka Baral and Andrew Miller and new undergraduate Nadeen Saleh!
Welcome to Will Carson and Griffin Betz, who have joined the group as undergraduate researchers!
Welcome to undergraduates Meng Gu, Sean Ginn, Kiley Blachaniec, and Kaitlyn Flynn, who have joined the group!
Huge thanks to the NSF MRI program, which has funded a new NMR spectrometer for the department. This instrument will bring several new capabilities, including an autosampler (for greatly increased throughput of teaching and research samples), advanced 19F capabilities, and a flow accessory.
Welcome to Kate Bradford, who as joined the group as a graduate student! Kate is a member of both our group and the Konkolewicz group.
The group is attending the 2019 Gordon Research Conference in Physical Organic Chemistry in Holderness, NH.
Huge thanks to the Macromolecular, Supramolecular and Nanochemistry program of the Division of Chemistry at the NSF for funding our project on “Dynamic control and self-assembly of ortho-phenylene foldamers“!
Welcome to undergraduates Hunter Martin and Maddy Gerken who have joined the group!
Congratulations to Lasith, who has won the People’s Choice award for Miami’s Three-Minute Thesis competition!