Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Publication in Electroanalysis

Several undergraduate students have had the opportunity to research with Analytical Professor Grace Muna over the past two years: graduate Bonnie Jaskowski and current students Adam Kaylor, Roxanne Sirhan, and Craig Kelley.  Bonnie and Adam are pictured presenting some of their work.  

The fruits of their labor have just ripened as their research appears in the current issue of Electroanalysis as Electrocatalyic Oxidation of Estrogenic Phenolic Compounds at a Nickel-MOdified Glassy Carbon Electrode (2011, 23, 2915-2924).  Congratulations to Professor Muna and all of her students!

Monday, December 5, 2011

Doug McMillen becomes Dean McMillen

Professor Doug McMillen has been faithfully serving the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences in administration for many years.  He's been acting associate dean, associate dean, assistant dean, and acting dean for our college. Now, because of McMillen's excellent character, leadership, and experience, he has been asked to serve as acting dean of the College of Health Sciences to fill the vacancy left by the untimely death of Dean Mary Jo Regan-Kubinski.