REU students to organize and run symposium at ACS National Meeting in New Orleans March 2018

Author: Marya Lieberman

Analytical chemistry is a powerful tool to identify, characterize, and solve interdisciplinary problems in the global development sector. Leaders in academia, industry, governmental agencies, and the nonprofit sector contribute significantly to overcome challenges in the developing world. Collaboration among these academics and professionals is essential. As REU students in analytical chemistry at the University of Notre Dame, we are organizing a Symposium on Analytical Chemistry in the Developing World at the 2018 spring ACS National Meeting in New Orleans. Our research projects focus on topics such as energy, food, water, and public health. We are interested in inviting top leaders and researchers from across these disciplines to further the discussion about obstacles faced in resource-limited areas.  This event will be a multi-day symposium with sessions on energy, food, water, and public health and a special section of posters in the Analytical poster session.  Scheduling is still being set up, watch this space for more news.  …

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Some acceptances are out...

Author: Marya Lieberman

Please hang in there and be patient for a few more days, even if you have not received an acceptance;  sometimes students have other summer plans and we are maintaining a waiting list.…

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2016: your application status

Author: Marya Lieberman

We recieve 107 applications for 10 spots in this year's cohort.   As always the selection process was very difficult.  

A first round of acceptances have been sent out;  if you've received an offer, replies are due March 7th.  If you have not received an acceptance, it means you're in Waiting List Limbo;  this condition will resolve by March 15 at the latest.…

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Summer 2015 REU begins June 1

Author: Marya Lieberman

Welcome to the undergraduate researchers who will participate in the Analytical Chemistry for the Developing World REU site!  

Manuel Pena, Sienna College
Janae Lee, IUSB
Jacquelyn Cali, Kean University
Bailey McCarthy Riley, Saginaw Valley State University (SVSU)
Dennis Muriuki, IUSB
Zechariah Pfaffenberger, Indiana Wesleyan University

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