Chemistry News

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Summer REU Experience: Olivia Sablan

This summer I had the opportunity to conduct research through the Clean Energy Bridge to Research Program with the University of Washington. Due to COVID19, this research experience for undergraduates (REU) was moved to an online program.

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Chemistry Department Newsletter: June 8, 2020

Dear Carroll College Chemistry Alumni and Supporters:

It has been several years since we sent a newsletter to our alumni and supporters. We feel that it is a good time to reach out and update you on our department.

Forrest Laskowski ‘12


Carroll Chemistry Graduate Defends his Ph.D.

Congratulations to Carroll College Chemistry alumni Forrest Laskowski ‘12 for successfully defending his Ph.D.

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Chemistry Students Volunteer at Outreach Clinic in Mexico

Over winter break, the Montana Outreach Clinic made its annual trip to Santa Maria del Mexicano Orphanage in Colon, Mexico.

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Chemistry student studies abroad in Cuba

My name is Ian Jacobson and I am a senior chemistry major at Carroll College. I had the opportunity to spend two weeks in Cuba on a study abroad trip led by Dr.

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Study abroad while studying Chemistry

My name is Kerri McInnis and I am a junior at Carroll College.  I am double major in Biochemistry/Molecular Biology and Spanish.

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The art of science at a liberal arts college

You might assume that a Chemistry major would only write a senior thesis on obscure chemical reactions. Well, not at Carroll College!  The intriguing topics explored by senior chemistry students are, in many ways, a reflection of the Carroll College Liberal Arts Education.

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Carroll chemistry student participates in German research program

Carroll Chemistry student Isabelle Gray had the opportunity to participate in the DAAD Rise Program in Magdeburg, Germany in the summer of 2016. Here her discuss it below:

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Carroll chemistry student receives funding to conduct research

Chemistry students Nate Burman and Lauran Palys earned an Award for Research in Engineering and Science (ARES) from the Montana Space Grant Consortium.  The ARES awards provides up to $900 per semester to fund their research activities.  Nate is working with Prof.

Students presented their research at the Murdock College Undergraduate Research Conference in Spokane, WA.


Students present research at the Murdock College Undergraduate Research Conference

On November 4-5, 2016, Carroll College students from Chemistry, Biology, and Biochem