Chemistry Department Seminar Schedule
Seminars are typically presented at 3:15 pm in the Science Building, Room 1191. Exceptions denoted in blue below.) If you are interested in presenting, please contact Dr. Charles Chusuei by email. Come early to chat with the speaker and other attendees. Refreshments will be served.
Reminders to MS students: Turn in your abstract pages to the seminar host at the conclusion of each scheduled
talk, following the Q&A session. Consult the MS Chemistry Handbook for important requirements to be fulfilled for your degree. Remember to submit your
abstract (click here to see an example) 10 days before your scheduled defense date.
Additional information can be found on our MTSU MS Chemistry Blog.
|Jan 27, 2017||Dr. Charles Chusuei, MTSU Chem Dept
"Welcome graduate students!"
|Jan 30, 2017||Ms. Rehab Alanazi (MS thesis defense)
"Analytical Characterization of Dyes in Color
Powders by Spectroscopic and Chromatographic
10:30am, Business and Aerospace Building,
|Feb 3, 2017||Dr. Theodore J. Burkey, University of Memphis
"The First 500 ps are Important: Optically Controlled Molecular Devices"
|Feb 14, 2017||
Dr. Mengliang Zhang, National Institutes of Health
|Feb 23, 2017||
Dr. Saravana Jayaram, National Laboratory of Malaysia
|Feb 24, 2017|| Dr. Jing Kong, MTSU Chemistry Dept
"How Diradicals and Transition Metal Materials Break
Molecular Orbital Theory, and How It Can be Fixed"
|Mar 10, 2017||No seminar - Spring Break|
|Mar 17, 2017||Ms. Chelsea Harmon (MS thesis defense)
"Synthesis of Beta-Lactam Belactosin A Analogs as Potential 20S Proteasome Inhibitors"
|Mar 20, 2017||Mr. Alex Morris (MS thesis defense)
"Incorporation of Ag+ into PbS Quantum Dots via
10:00 am, Business and Aerospace Building S341
|Mar 24, 2017||Dr. Aaron Muth, St. John's Univ, Rochester, NY
"From Drug Design to Discovery: A Journey in
|Mar 31, 2017||No seminar, MTSU Scholar's Week|
|Apr 7, 2017||Dr. David B. Friedman, MTSU Chemistry Dept
"Assessing Signal vs. Noise in Quantitative Proteomics"
|Apr 12, 2017||Ms. Awatif Alruwaili (MS thesis defense)
"Additional Characterization of Adenosine Nucleosidase from Alaska Pea Seeds"
11:00 am, Davis Science Building, Room 103
|Apr 20, 2017||
GOLDEN GOGGLES LECTURE
|Apr 21, 2017||Dr. Fu-Ming Tao, California State Univ, Fullerton, CA
"Applications of Quantum Chemistry to Environmental Chemistry: Critical Roles of Ammonia in Production of Atmospheric Smog and Aerosols" (host: Dr. Jing Kong)
Note to visiting seminar speakers: The address of the Science Building is: 440 Friendship Street, Murfreesboro, TN 37132. You may set your GPS destination to this location. A parking spot will be reserved for you in advance of your visit.