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March 28, 2016

Undergraduate of the Quarter – Winter 2016 – Marshall Allen

Congratulations to Marshall Allen on being selected as one of the Winter 2016 Undergraduates of the Quarter. Marshall grew up in Bend, Oregon.  He graduated from Summit High School, home of the Storm; where he was a member of the swim team.  He remembers taking AP Chemistry his sophomore year from Mr. Mohel and “really, […]

Undergraduate of the Quarter – Winter 2016 – Blake Erickson

Blake Erickson has been named one of our Undergraduates of the Quarter for Winter term 2016.  He grew up in Fairview, Oregon where he attended Reynolds High School which has one of the largest student bodies in the state of Oregon. Blake said he didn’t even consider an out-of-state school because it would have been […]

December 14, 2015

Undergraduate of the Quarter – Fall 2015 – Johnny Hergert

Johnny Hergert has been named one of the Fall 2015 Undergraduates of the Quarter and we couldn’t be more proud.  He was born and raised in Portland, Oregon, where he attended Wilson High School, home of the Trojans and graduated in 2012.  Johnny says he’s always known that he wanted to be a chemist. In […]

Undergraduate of the Quarter – Fall 2015 – Kenneth Stout

Kenneth Stout has been selected as one of the Chemistry Department’s Fall 2015 Undergraduates of the Quarter.  Kenneth was born in San Diego, California but recently moved to Tualatin, Oregon with his family after his father accepted a job at Intel.  He attended Mount Carmel High School and chose Oregon State University for his higher […]

October 8, 2015

Undergraduate of the Quarter – Spring 2015 – Jamy Lee

  Jamy Lee was born and raised in Tigard, Oregon.  She attended Tigard High School, home of the Tigard Tigers, and credits her Chemistry teacher, Mr. Massey with why she chose chemistry for her college major.  “He just kept telling me all the cool things I could do and that I could definitely get a […]

Undergraduate of the Quarter – Spring 2015 – Shan Lansing

Shan Lansing spent the first 18 years of her life in Grants Pass, Oregon.   Being from a small town, she loved the feel of Corvallis, and the community aspects of Oregon State University.  She’s always known she wanted to be a doctor, but it was her work in Sean Burrows research lab that lead her […]

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 […]

May 15, 2015

Undergraduate of the Quarter – Winter 2015 – Alec Kagele

Alec Kagele was born in Roseburg, Oregon and had never taken a Chemistry class until coming to OSU. He bounced around various Engineering and Science degrees before landing in his first Chemistry class and fell in love. Alec took General Chemistry from Margie Haak; long before she developed the flip classroom environment. He was not […]

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 […]

June 17, 2014

Undergraduate of the Quarter – Spring 2014 – Chris Heron

Chris Heron has been selected as one of our Undergrads of the Quarter for Spring 2014.  Chris was born in Corvallis, OR.  Prior to coming to OSU, Chris was in the United States Army – serving 3 separate tours in Iraq and was stationed in both Georgia and Colorado – finishing at the rank of Staff […]

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