We were very happy to host Sifan’s parents and grandparents in the lab this morning. They are visiting Rochester for her graduation on Sunday.
The Catherine Block Memorial Fund Prize, established in memory of Catherine Block, an exceptional chemistry student at the University of Rochester, is awarded each year to a woman in the junior class in recognition of her outstanding ability and achievement in the field of science.
Congratulations to Christian, who has mastered the art (but not the science) of Physics.
Dan got a pie-tin of Cool Whip shoved into his face for charity. Donations are for a great cause: Escuela Marco Aurelio Soto in Honduras. Consider supporting them yourself! https://my.shhkids.org/campaign/escuela-mixta-marco-aurelio-soto-2019/c218482
Congrats to Christian, the only grad student brave enough to participate.
Christian (Fast Track Talk!), Nick Weeks, and Colleen all presented their research at the NESDB meeting in Boston this year. Everybody did a great job, and Colleen even got an award!
We’re very proud of Barlin, who presented her spindle orientation project as a poster and a talk at the National Society of Black Engineers meeting.
We’re happy to welcome Philip Bellomio to the lab.
Just so many parties this year.
Our most recent rotation student, Rui Zhang drew a fantastic picture of the lab as a leaving present at the end of her rotation!