Departmental Seminars - Fall 2018

The Chemistry and Biochemistry Departmental Seminar Series covers a broad range of fields in the Chemical and Biochemical Sciences. In past seminars, scientists from Academia, Government, and Industry have presented their most recent discoveries and contributions in their respective areas. This Seminar Series offers students and faculty the opportunity to interact directly with other leaders in their specializations and to gain a good overview of the entire range of fields in Chemistry and Biochemistry.

Seminars are held on Tuesdays12:30pm-1:30pm in the Clendenin Building, room 1009 or 2010 on the Kennesaw Campus (PDF). All are invited to attend.

Tuesday, September 4, 2018

  • Dr. Christine He, Postdoctoral Fellow in the labs of Jennifer Doudna and Jill Banfield at the University of California, Berkeley
    • "Investigating the Microbial Dark Matter with Metagenomics and Biochemistry"
  • Clendenin Building, room 1009, Kennesaw Campus

Tuesday, September 25, 2018 - View event on facebook »

  • Dr. Abraham Joy, Associate Professor of Polymer Science, University of Akron
    • "Peptidomimetic Polyesters and Polyurethanes: A Modular Biomaterials Platform with Diverse Applications"
  • Clendenin Building, room 1009, Kennesaw Campus

Tuesday, October 2, 2018 - View event on Facebook »

  • Abdelbasset Farahat, Limited Term Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Kennesaw State University
    • “Indole and benzimidazole bichalcophenes: synthesis, DNA binding, and antiparasitic activity”
  • Clendenin Building, room 2010, Kennesaw Campus

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

  • Dr. Chris Parsons, Director of Education, Outreach, and Diversity, School of Chemistry & Biochemistry, Georgia Tech & panel of graduate students
    • Kennesaw Campus - Clendenin Building, room 2010

Tuesday, October 23, 2018

  • Dr. Paula Lemons, Associate Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the University of Georgia
    • "Nonpolar Groups, Arrows, and End Points: Students’ Difficulties in Biochemistry Problem Solving Reveal Targets for Evidence-Based Instruction"
  • Clendenin Building, room 2010, Kennesaw Campus

Tuesday, November 6, 2018

  • Gary E. Douberly, Associate Professor in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Georgia
    • Clendenin Building, room 1009, Kennesaw Campus