June 2017

Alumnus Yeng Her Becomes First Hmong-American to Earn M.D./Ph.D.

Yang Her is the first known Hmong-American M.D./Ph.D. recipientIn May 2017, Yeng Her (B.S. '07) became the first known Hmong-American to earn an M.D./Ph.D. degree. He earned the degrees from Mayo Clinic in Rocester, Minn. As reported by the Wisconsin State Journal, his story begins in a Hmong refugee camp in Thailand. At the age of 10, Her and his family moved to Madison. He earned a bachelor's in chemistry in 2007 then completed a postbaccalaureate program at Mayo Clinic.

Pesticides to particles: Some interesting heterogeneous chemistry in the lower atmosphere

Date: 
Fri, 10/13/2017 - 15:00
Path: 
General
Type: 
Colloquium
Room: 
1315 Chemistry (Seminar Hall)
Event Presenter: 
Prof. Barbara Finlayson-Pitts

Organic particles in the atmosphere: Why so complicated?

Date: 
Thu, 10/12/2017 - 12:15
Path: 
Analytical
Type: 
Seminar
Room: 
1315 Chemistry (Seminar Hall)
Event Presenter: 
Prof. Barbara Finlayson-Pitts

Temperature metrology of tomorrow: Ultra-high resolution photonics-based thermometry on a chip

Date: 
Thu, 10/05/2017 - 12:15
Path: 
Analytical
Materials
Type: 
Seminar
Room: 
1315 Chemistry (Seminar Hall)
Event Presenter: 
Prof. Nikolai Klimov

Weix Group Arrives in Madison

Professor Dan Weix and several members of his research group have arrived in Madison. Please stop by their offices on the seventh floor of the Daniels Building to say hi and welcome them to the department. Additional group members are expected to arrive in Madison later this summer.

Organic Seminar - TBD

Date: 
Tue, 02/20/2018 - 15:30
Path: 
Organic
Type: 
Seminar
Room: 
Room 1315 Chemistry
Event Presenter: 
Prof. Kami Hull
Event Presenter Institution: 
University of Illinois

Host is Jennifer Schomaker 608-265-2261, schomakerj@chem.wisc.edu

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