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Here is a list of the outside speakers participating in the Powell Seminar Series. Besides presenting interesting research, they are valuable sources of information about graduate school and/or the chemical industry. All are willing to spend time with students after their presentation. For presenters from graduate programs, please click here for a list of potential questions to ask them.

Unless noted below, these presentations will be in the Gottwald Centrum for the Science Auditorium, GCS A001, beginning at 1:30 pm.

Please note that there are other speakers also giving excellent talks in chemistry and biochemistry; please click here to see the schedule and location of these talks.

Powell Seminar Series – Fall 2015
Date Presenter Host
Aug 28 Orientation/introduction to seminar
Sept 4 Dr. Henry F. Schaefer III, University of Georgia
Title: TBA
Abrash
(Physical)
Sept 11 Dr. Rhiju Das, Stanford University
Title: TBA
Abrash
(Biochemical)
Deadline for choosing paper/mentor and submitting presentation dates!
Sept 18 Dr. Yogi Surendranath, MIT
Title: TBA
Dominey
Sept 25 HHMI Symposium
Dr Lawrence David, Duke University Center for Genomic and Computational Biology
Title: TBA
HHMI
Oct 2 Dr. Frank Gupton, VCU ChemEng & Chem
Title: TBA
Dominey
Oct 9    
Oct 16    
Oct 23    
Oct 30    
Nov 6    
Nov 13 Kara Finzel*, UC San Diego
Title: Using Modern Tools to Probe the Structure-Function Relationship of Fatty Acid Synthases
Gupton
Nov 20    
Nov 27 Thanksgiving Break  
Dec 4 Reserved  

Powell Seminar Series – Spring 2016
Date Presenter Host
Jan 15 John Mancini*
Title: TBA
Parish
(Physical)
Jan 22    
Jan 29    
Feb 5    
Feb 12    
Feb 19    
Feb 26 Powell Lecturer: Dr. Dennis Liotta, Emory University
Title: TBA
Mar 4    
Mar 11 Spring Break  
Mar 18    
Mar 25    
Apr 1 Reserved  
Apr 8 William Myers Research Symposium Gupton
Apr 15 UR Research Symposium  
Apr 22 Chemistry Department Awards Ceremony and Reception  

*UR chemistry alumn