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ONU represented at ACS National Meeting
Bradley Wile, Ph.D., assistant professor of chemistry, co-organized and presided over a symposium with Amelia Anderson-Wile, Ph.D., assistant professor of chemistry, in the Chemical Education division at the 245th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society in New Orleans, LA.
The symposium, titled "Increasing Student Comprehension and Retention in the Undergraduate Organic or Inorganic Curriculum," included presentations by over 20 contributors from around the country and spanned a day and a half at the conference. Additionally, Wile presented a paper titled "Incorporating Catalysis in Inorganic Chemistry 1 Lecture and Laboratory at ONU" at the national meeting.
At the meeting, Lindsay Wiener, a junior in chemistry from Cincinnati, Ohio, presented a poster, “Imine Ligands Appended to a Polyethylene Glycol Framework,” describing recent results of her ongoing research project in the Wile group at ONU.
Stephanie Moore, a senior in molecular biology from North Olmsted, Ohio, presented a poster, “Optimization of Cationic Polymerization Mechanism for a Chemically Green Monomer,” based her research carried out in Amelia Anderson-Wile's lab.