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November 30, 2016

Undergraduate of the Quarter – Fall 2016 – Nathan Coddington

Recently, Department Chair, Rich Carter sat down with Chemistry Undergraduate, Nate Coddington to discuss what brought him to OSU, why Chemistry, and how he feels about being named one of the Fall 2016 Undergraduates of the Quarter. Nate grew up in Eugene, Oregon, where he attended Willamette High School in the Bethel school district. Nate […]

January 7, 2015

Who Am I? Wednesday – Sandra Loesgen

Name: Sandra Loesgen Area of Study / Position Title: Assistant Professor in Chemistry Why chemistry? (What about it initially interested you?): My high school teachers in chemistry and biology really loved their jobs and taught science with enthusiasm. In 7th grade, our class won a science fair working on allergy inducing proteins and peptides and […]

June 30, 2014

Michael Walters on Undergraduate Research

Who is your PI? – Sandra Loesgen How did you learn about the position? – I emailed everyone I could, basically. I emailed Dr. Christopher Beaudry for a position at first, then he referred me to Dr. Sandra Loesgen & I emailed her as soon as I could & began setting up appointments. Once I learned […]

June 19, 2014

Undergraduate of the Quarter – Spring 2014 – Cassandra Lew

Cassandra Lew has been selected as one of our Undergrads of the Quarter for Spring 2014.  Cassandra grew up in Rock Springs, WY where she has lived her entire life prior to coming to OSU. She graduated from Rock Springs High School and it was a high school teacher  (John Gamble) that peaked her interest in […]

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