Chemistry professor Sonia Underwood published two research papers which focus on how to design assessment protocols and questions that are aligned with three-dimensional learning.
The Faculty Senate Honorary Degree and Awards Committee has recognized both Professors Almirall and Jaffe with a Faculty Award for Excellence in Research & Creative Activities. The formal conferral of this award will occur during the Faculty Convocation Award Ceremony and Banquet on Thursday, September 29, 2016 at 5:30pm. Congratulations Professors Almirall and Jaffe!!!
Chemistry professor Christopher Dares' research showcased in recent journal of Science. Opportunities available: see post for info on Post Doc Openings in FIU's radiochemistry program.
On Friday, September 30th from 11-12pm, Dr. Dianqing Sun, of University of Hawaii, will present a seminar to graduate students enrolled in CHM6935-U01, as part of the Graduate Seminar Series entitled, " Natural Product-Inspired New Antibacterial Agents"
Joel Olsen, Florida Institute of Technology, will visit FIU to present a seminar to graduate students enrolled in CHM6935 as part of the Graduate Seminar series entitled, "Sub-Molecular QSAR: Using Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Simulations for Rational Drug Design".
Mark Muller, TopoGen Inc., Orlando, will visit FIU to present a seminar to graduate students as part of the Graduate Seminar Series entitled, "Epigenetic Reprogramming Due to DNA Repair: A New Mechanism for Permanent Variations in Gene Expression in Animal Cells."
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