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Nicole Snyder
Snyder Publishes Paper in Organic Letters
Nicole L. Snyder, assistant professor of chemistry, and her collaborators at the University of South Florida published a paper titled "Asymmetric Co(II)-Catalyzed Cyclopropanation with Succinimidyl Diazoacetate: General Synthesis of Chiral Cyclopropyl Carboxamides" in the most recent edition of Organic Letters (Org. Lett. 2009, 11 (11), 2273–2276). More ...
Katie Alser ’09, Gail Corneau ’10, Nicole L. Snyder, Lydia Rono ’11, Ben Van Arnam ‘09
Snyder and Students Present Research at American Chemical Society Meeting
Assistant Professor of Chemistry Nicole L. Snyder and Hamilton students Ben Van Arnam '09, Kathie Alser '09, Gail Corneau '10 and Lydia Rono '11 presented their research during the 237th American Chemical Society National Meeting and Exposition held March 22 through March 26 in Salt Lake City. More ...
Snyder Awarded Grant From American Chemical Societies
Assistant Professor of Chemistry Nicole L. Snyder and her collaborator X. Peter Zhang of the University of Southern Florida received a joint grant from the American Chemical Societies Petroleum Research Foundation to work on a project titled "Bio-Inspired Catalysts." As a part of this grant, Snyder and James Greisler '10 will spend eight weeks this summer preparing a number of carbohydrate analogs that will be coupled to porphyrins in Zhang's lab using a specialized process developed by the Zhang group. 
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Camille Jones to Discuss "The Hydrogen Economy" in Faculty Lecture Series
Assistant Professor of Chemistry Camille Jones will present "The Hydrogen Economy" as part of the Faculty Lecture Series on Friday, Feb. 1, at 4:10 p.m. in Dwight Lounge in the Bristol Center. Jones' presentation will include a discussion on the recent major research efforts to develop hydrogen as an alternative source of energy for the transportation industry. More ...
Rosenstein and May Graduates Griffith, Parkhurst and McKee Attend National Organic Symposium

Associate Professor of Chemistry Ian Rosenstein and three students participated in the 40th National Organic Symposium, sponsored by the Division of Organic Chemistry of the American Chemical Society at Duke University, June 3-7. The students, Daniel Griffith, Silas McKee and Rebecca Parkhurst, all graduated from Hamilton in May. The three students made four poster presentations. Griffith was a co-author on two posters, one with Rosenstein and the other co-authored with Associate Professor of Biology Herm Lehman. McKee's poster was co-authored by Greg Nizialek '08 and Assistant Professor of Chemistry Camille Jones and Rosenstein. Parkhurst and Rosenstein were the authors on her poster.  More ...

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