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Chemistry Course Highlights

Posted by on Mar 1, 2020 in Student News |

What do chemistry courses in the department look like this semester? Have you ever been interested in studying chemistry’s affect in nature and living organisms, or chemical reactions and inorganic compounds like salts and metals? Emmanuel chemistry students are pursing these ideas in two two upper level chemistry courses this semester. These courses...

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Happy Valentine’s Day!

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Posted by on Feb 14, 2020 in Student News |

Happy Valentine’s Day from all of your favorite chemists and physicists at Emmanuel College. Learn some chemistry, show your support, and keep learning more...

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Ashanti Jackson Joins Emmanuel Young Alumni Council

Posted by on Feb 13, 2020 in Alumni, Student News |

Alumni Ashanti Jackson and His Journey in Pursuing a Career in Chemistry Ashanti Jackson, an entrepreneur from an early age, gained a love for chemistry at Emmanuel College, but never lost his desire to make his mark in business and to give back to the community. After Emmanuel, Ashanti made his start at a cheminformatics start-up company in Boston that...

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Research “Open” Lab

Research “Open” Lab

Posted by on Feb 6, 2020 in Student News |

This past week Dr. Gerdon and his research group (GRAB: Gerdon Research in Analytical Biomaterials) welcomed non-science members of the Emmanuel College community into the Wilkens Science Center for a fun and informative introduction to lab. Emmanuel College faculty, staff, and students joined in even though they had very little (or no) prior experience in...

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School of Science and Health “We Were You” Event

School of Science and Health “We Were You” Event

Posted by on Nov 20, 2019 in Student News |

Faculty members were once students too! Faculty in the School of Sciences & Health held a recent event titled “We Were You”, during which students were able to ask professors questions regarding classes, career paths, and how to find opportunities for research. The professors shared and related their personal experiences from when they were college...

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