Michael Gross recieves Wake Forest Teaching Innovation Award Michael completely redesigned CHM 361L: Advanced Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory, moving from a traditional format, where students conducted a series of experiments and then produced lab reports, to a team-based format. In the new format, students worked on four open-ended problem statements in groups of 3-4 throughout the…
Wake Forest Department of Chemistry graduate students attended the 15th Annual ACS Poster Vendor Night at Syngenta on April 14th 2015. During the event, students presented research posters to interested vendors, ACS members, students, faculty from all participating universities (WFU, Guilford College, UNCG and NCA&T), and a volunteer judge. A biochemistry poster entitled…
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