chemistry news

Students, ‘Hoosier Grown’ team to present research at 2014 academic forum
Students, ‘Hoosier Grown’ team to present research at 2014 academic forumAfter a lot of hard work this year, 30 Huntington University students, including the "Hoosier Grown" marketing team, will present their research from various disciplines at the 2014 Academic Research Forum from 2:45-5 p.m. April 23.
Chemistry alum to speak about ‘Science in Everyday Products’ at HU
Huntington University will host David Batdorff for the Smith Lecture Series event at 4 p.m. April 4.
Troyer to present new research on drug development
Dr. Tim Troyer has spent the last 20 years researching new drug development. At 4 p.m. Feb. 21, he will present his research in “Breaking Tim: Twenty Years of Making Drugs Legally.”
Natural sciences majors visit day set for Feb. 7
Huntington University will host a visit day for all prospective natural sciences majors on Feb. 7.
HU’s teacher education program earns national reaccreditation
Huntington University’s commitment to excellence has been recognized once again with the national reaccreditation of its teacher education program for graduate and undergraduate students.
Education majors visit day set for Nov. 1
Huntington University will host a visit day for all prospective education majors on Nov. 1.
Students, faculty to attend national education conference
Five students and two faculty members from Huntington University's Omega Psi Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, an international honor society in education, will be attending the national Kappa Delta Pi Biennial Convocation in Dallas, Texas, on Oct. 24-26.
Troyer presents at a Taylor University seminar

Troyer presents at a Taylor University seminar

Troyer presents at a Taylor University seminar

10/21/2013

On Sept. 23, Dr. Tim Troyer, assistant professor of chemistry, travelled to Taylor University to present a seminar titled “The Direct Reductive Amination of unprotected α–amino acids.” This seminar represented the culmination of research conducted during the summer with seniors Stacie Cressman and Stephanie Weigold. The research was funded by the Ferne and Audry Hammel Endowment.

Natural sciences majors visit day set for Sept. 27
Huntington University will host a visit day for all perspective natural sciences majors on Sept. 27.
Summer research puts students ahead for future careers
Seniors Stacie Cressman and Stephanie Weigold have been working since May to determine a new chemical reaction which will help in the development of pharmaceuticals. The project, which ends Friday, was made possible through the Hammel Research Grant.
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