Dr. Suazette Mooring has been selected as a recipient of the Dean’s Early Career Award. Congratulations!
This award reflects the college’s recognition that outstanding faculty are at the center of our efforts to provide students with a superb education and to achieve our aspirations as a major research university. Members of the college’s Board of… more »
Francisco Garcia successfully defended his MS Thesis entitled, “SYNTHESIS & EVALUATION OF THIOPHENE DERIVATIVES AS CXCR4 ANTAGONISTS.” (Committee Members: Drs.: Suazette Mooring (Chair), Jeremiah Harden, and Donald Hamelberg).
Nikita Burrows (#211 Ph.D. awarded by Chemistry) successfully defended her Ph.D. dissertation on Monday April 17, 2017, entitled: “ASSESSING ORGANIC CHEMISTRY STUDENTS’ UNDERSTANDING OF CHEMICAL BONDING CONCEPTS AND THEIR PERCEPTIONS OF A PROJECT-BASED LAB,” under the direction of Dr. Suazette Mooring. Committee: Drs. Suazette Mooring (chair), Al Baumstark, and Kathy Grant.
Kaitlyn Kiernan successfully defended her MS Thesis on April 17th, 2017. The title of her Thesis is: “Investigation and Characterization of Novel Pentamethine Cyanine Dyes for Use as Photosensitizers in Photodynamic Therapy” (Committee Members: Prof. Kathryn B. Grant (Chair), Prof. Maged Henary, and Prof. Ming Luo). The GSU library has received and accepted the revised… more »
Dr. Pascoe, Dr. Fernando and Dr. Mutanyatta-Comar have been awarded the Signature Experience Course Development Mini-Grant by the Office of Special Programs, Office of the Vice President of Enrollment Management & Student Success.
Extraction, Structural Elucidation and Biological Activity of the Chemical Constituents of Naturally Occurring Essential Oils
Dr. Davon Kennedy from GSU Chemistry have been selected to receive the 2017 College of Arts and Sciences Outstanding Faculty Diversity Award! This award is being presented in recognition of his tireless efforts as a mentor and advisor for generations of underrepresented minority students at Georgia State. We join those who recommended him in applauding… more »
Andrew Levitz (#210 Ph.D. awarded by Chemistry) successfully defended his Ph.D. dissertation on Thursday April 13, 2017, entitled: “SYNTHESIS OF VARIOUS CLASSES OF CYANINE FLUOROPHORES AND THEIR APPLICATION IN IN VIVO TISSUE IMAGING,” under the direction of Dr. Maged Henary. Committee: Drs. Maged Henary (chair), Donald Hamelberg, and Suazette Mooring.