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News & Events
George Van Den Driessche receives ACS CINF award
CGSA and NC State CDC host Professional Development Event
The Chemistry Graduate Student Association (CGSA) teamed up with the NC State Career Development Center (CDC) on August 11th, 2016 to host a Professional Development Event for creating resume, CV and LinkedIn profiles. With the expert assistance from the CDC's Director of Professional Development, Marcy Bullock, chemistry graduate students were able to get help with building their professional profiles. During the event, Ms. Bullock gave a 30-minute talk to the attendees explaining how to build a resume, CV and LinkedIn profile. After her presentation, she took the time to look over individual resumes and LinkedIn profiles, while offering individualized feedback. As a bonus, professional head-shot photographs were taken by Cody Perry for uploading to online profiles. This was the first Professional Development Event offered by the CGSA, and based on the interest and feedback from the students, it turned out to be a success.
Posted August 31, 2016
Two chemistry faculty receive 2017 Chancellor’s Innovation Funds to commercialize research discoveries
Dr. Reza Ghiladi and Dr. Gavin Williams have each received Chancellor’s Innovation Funds to help commercialize technology developed in their labs. In total, seven CIF awards were made after a lengthy and rigorous selection process that culminated in an innovators pitch to a panel of investors and venture capitalists. Ghiladi, along with collaborators and co-inventors Dimitris Argyropoulos (Department of Forest Biomaterials) and Frank Scholle (Department of Biological Sciences) will develop novel anti-infective coatings that are activated by light. Williams will turn E. coli into antibiotic-producing factories by using synthetic biology.
More information about the CIF program and the 2017 winners can be found here. Posted August 14, 2016
Mongin, Garakyaraghi, and Castellano recognized by International Society for Optics and Photonics
Dr. Cédric Mongin (Postdoctoral Fellow), Sofia Garakyaraghi (Graduate Student), and Professor Felix N. Castellano have been recognized by the International Society for Optics and Photonics for their work in developing a semiconductor quantum dot photosenthesizers which are as effective as molecular triplet photosynthesizers in solar energy conversion processes. You can read about their work here.
Posted August 3, 2016
Phi Lambda Upsilon co-organizes the Inaugural Academia to Industry Chemistry Graduate Student Networking Event
The chemistry department at NC State hosted its first graduate student networking event April 14th. Over twenty representatives from companies including Avazymes, BASF, Biogen, CREE, Eastman, the Environmental Protection Agency, GlaxoSmithKline, Meso Scale Discovery, Novozymes, RTI International, Syngenta, and LORD Corp were in attendance to network and socialize with almost forty graduate students. Thank you to the faculty, staff, and graduate students responsible for the planning and execution of this successful event. Posted June 13, 2016