Archive: News

  • Provost Groves’ Faculty in Research Podcast

    Hear Prof. Toshiko Ichiye in conversation with Provost Groves discuss among other things how her childhood love of puzzles led her to a career in physical chemistry and the study of molecules in

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  • Georgetown Alumni Career Panel

    Prof. Rodrigo Maillard and GSOC organized an incredibly successful chemistry alumni career panel for the graduate and undergraduate students in the department. The program consisted of an hour-long Q

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  • Spring ’22 1st Year Grad Student Lit Seminar

    On Friday March 11 six first year graduate students presented at the Spring 2022 1st Year Graduate Student Literature Seminar.  This annual event takes place each Spring semester, often near the end

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  • Prof. Knope Honored by Provost

    Professor Karah Knope has been selected as one of the 2022 Provost Distinguished Associate Professors by a committee of senior faculty. The honor has been awarded every year since 2016 by the Pro

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  • Adopt A Family

    Each year the Office of Human Resources at Georgetown runs the Sponsor A Family program for Georgetown Families that might need assistance. This year the members of the Chemistry Department came tog

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  • Coffee and Conversation

    With the decrease in research capacity that happened during COVID, it was hard for graduate students (and all members of the department) to have a place to informally get together for conversations. 

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  • First Friday and Journal Club are back!

    After a roughly 2-year hiatus due to COVID-19, GSOC was able to return to hosting regularly scheduled Journal Clubs and First Fridays on September 24th and October 1st. Journal club saw a record turn

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  • United States Crystal Growing Competition

    Every year Professor Karah Knope helps coordinate the United States Crystal Growing Competition. The competition was founded by Dr. Jason Benedict (University at Buffalo) and is an annual event d

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