10 yrs of Chemistry first destination data – trends in education choices and employment

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Graduates of Wake Forest University start their careers with First Destinations that cover a spectrum of industries, functions, fields of study, and service. Below is a link to the outcomes ranging from from 2004-2014, Ten years’ worth of data. http://opcd.wfu.edu/files/2015/01/Chemistry.xlsx … Continue reading

Chemistry Department Research Group Featured in Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry

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Congrats to the Donati/Jones research group for being featured on the cover of the Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry (Royal Society of Chemistry) for their work on medicine capsules analysis (JAAS 30(6) (2015) 1395-1399). JAAS is one the the top … Continue reading

Congratulations to Michael Gross

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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 … Continue reading

Scott Geyer and Michael Gross to participate in CRADLE – 2015-17

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CRADLE, CLASS OF 2015-2017 ORSP’s CRADLE program provides one-on-one and group training to sustain a lifetime of grant supported projects. This year’s cohort includes Mary K. Good, Anthropology; Chanchal Dalani, Art; Scott Geyer and Michael Gross, Chemistry; Ted Gellar-Goad, Classical … Continue reading