Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry meets with students at SERMACS 2022 in Puerto Rico
At the 73rd Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society, or SERMACS, the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry met with potential students in San Juan, Puerto Rico at the graduate school fair. Held from Oct. 19-22, Paul Ohno, assistant professor, and Chelsea Rand, graduate student, attended this year’s SERMACS event.
“It was a great opportunity to share information about our graduate program with students from across the region who are interested in pursuing a graduate degree in chemistry,” said Ohno.
The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, or DCB, at Auburn University offers a robust graduate program for students seeking to earn a doctorate degree in chemistry with over 20 faculty members pursuing cutting edge research in all areas of chemistry.
"I wholeheartedly enjoyed representing DCB at SERMACS 2022 in San Juan, PR! I was so proud to have the opportunity to share with so many high school and undergraduate students about Auburn University and what makes us stand out from other chemistry and biochemistry graduate programs. The graduate school fair was buzzing with energy and excitement. The location was beautiful of course but getting to interact with so many young researchers and bright minds was amazing," said Rand.
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