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November 30, 2016

Undergraduate of the Quarter – Fall 2016 – Jason Sandwisch

Chemistry Major, Jason Sandwisch, the newest Fall 2016 Undergraduate of the Quarter recently sat down with Department Chair, Rich Carter to discuss what brought him to OSU, his favorite parts of the program and his plans for the future. Jason was born in Vancouver, Washington. He then moved briefly to Colorado with his parents, but […]

May 29, 2015

Undergraduate of the Quarter – Winter 2015 – Collin Muniz

Collin Muniz was born in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, home of The Crimson Tide, but quickly moved to LA, then on to Oregon where he attended Beaverton High School. His sophomore year at Beaverton High, he took his first Chemistry class. He fondly remembers his instructor, Patrick Cripey, performing an acid-based reaction in which he dissolved a […]

September 3, 2014

Who Am I? Wednesday – Paul Blakemore

1.      Name: Paul Blakemore 2.      Area of study / position title: Associate Professor Synthetic organic chemistry 3.      Why chemistry? (What about it initially interested you, etc.)?  It requires creativity and you are only limited by your imagination. 4.      Research focus (in non-science terms) or basic job duties?  New methods and concepts for making molecules with […]

February 28, 2013

Undergraduate of the Quarter – Winter 2013 – Arsalan Zolfagari

Arsalan was born in Portland and went to Aloha High School.  He came to OSU because of the high quality of education available here for a “fraction of the cost of other places.”  During freshman orientation, he was initially registered as a biology major. When Dr. Chris Pastorek walked into the College of Science orientation and announced […]

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