The Class of 2020 will
Dr. Herbert Hill ’67, who was a chemistry major at Rhodes, has spent more than four decades pioneering ways to detect chemical signatures based on the movement of a substance’s component ions.
Eleven chemistry research students attended the American Chemical Society national conference in San Diego in mid-March.
Katie Hatstat (chemistry and neuroscience) and Mallory Morris (neuroscience) soon will have their research completed at Rhodes published in the peer-reviewed journal Computational and Theoretical Chemistry.
Chemistry research students presented their research at the Arkansas IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE) Conference in Fayetteville.
Dr. Loretta Jackson-Hayes, associate professor of chemistry at Rhodes, is one of 17 speakers who have been selected for the new TEDxMemphis, the local version of the well-known, global TED conference.