Faculty Research Seminars
The Research and Scholarly Activities Committee sponsors the Faculty Research Seminar series, a program that showcases faculty research from each academic division through hour-long presentations delivered throughout the academic year.
The series is open to students, faculty and staff, stimulating a community of curiosity, life-long learning and professional support.
Past presentations include:
- “Duration of Exposure to Antipseudomonal Antibiotics and Development of Resistance,” Besu Teshome, Pharm.D., BCPS, assistant professor of pharmacy practice
- “Mass Spectrometry for Protein Structural Analysis,” Nawaporn Sanguantrakun, Ph.D., assistant professor of chemistry
- “Applied Conservation: Approaches to Evaluating Biodiversity in Wildlife,” Whitney Anthonysamy, Ph.D., assistant professor of biology
- “Computational Chemistry and Cheminformatics in the Land of Lilliput,” Ehren Bucholtz, Ph.D., professor of organic chemistry and director of undergraduate programs