Results from the analytical chemistry curriculum survey that Prof. Kovarik conducted with colleagues in the ACS Analytical Division Education Committee have been published in the Journal of Chemical Education.
The Kovarik lab presented at the College’s spring research symposium and celebrated Honors Day. Congratulations to Jonathan Fan ’22 who received the Louis Aronne Biochemistry Award and the Lisa Nestor Teaching Award.
Some hard work coming to completion recently with the publication of two papers in Journal of Chemical Education and an ACS Symposium Series book.
Check out a paper describing an app for chemical equilibria and solubility created by Prof. Arianne Bazilio based on a case study I wrote, an article on assessments based on the primary literature co-authored by Prof. Rebecca Hunter at the College of New Jersey, and a new book Active Learning in the Analytical Chemistry Curriculum co-edited by Prof. Tom Wenzel (Bates College, emeritus) and Prof. Jill Robinson (Indiana University). It has great chapters on why to use active learning and how to get started, plus I am so proud of the chapter on building and design projects that I co-authored with Prof. Liz Díaz-Vázquez and Dr. Bonny Ortiz-Andrade (University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras) and Prof. Muhsinah Morris (Morehouse College).
Jonathan Mengqi Fan ’22 was the recipient of an Eastern Analytical Symposium undergraduate research award. We traveled to Princeton, NJ for the lab’s first in-person conference since Covid for him to present his work. Congratulations Jonathan!
Excited to celebrate Misha Mehra’s graduation at Trinity’s in-person Commencement.
Congratulations to Julia and Jonathan, whose technical note was just published in Analytical Methods!
We celebrated with a socially distanced, sparkling juice toast to Jonathan!
RJ Chadha and Sababa Anber officially graduated in May 2020. Unfortunately, we are not able to celebrate in person but look forward to a reunion to recognize all their accomplishments as soon as it is safe to do so. Best wishes to both of them!
Sababa Anber, Jason Deck, Daniel Feldman, and Misha Mehra presented their research at the 2019 regional meeting of the American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at Northeastern University in Boston.
Congratulations to lab member, Jessica Duong, who graduated Sunday, May 18 from Trinity. This summer she’ll be working on a Davis Project for Peace in Cambodia. Best wishes!
Prof. Kovarik, Sababa Anber ’20, and Misha Mehra ’21 attended the International Symposium on Capillary Chromatography (ISCC) in Fort Worth, Texas from May 14-17. Misha won 3rd place in the poster competition — congratulations Misha!