The research that the chemistry major conducted for her thesis contributed to a paper she co-authored with her advisor and other Fords that was recently published in the American Chemical Society journal Biochemistry.
Students and faculty from the departments of astronomy, biology, chemistry, computer science, engineering, geology, mathematics, physics, and psychology from the Tri-Co and beyond were invited to present posters and give talks about their summer research work.
In this “Case Studies in Chemistry” course, students revisit the world about them from the perspective of chemistry, including food, cars, and fabrics.
The club empowers all women interested in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics at Haverford by creating solidarity among them and providing them with a support network.
Since April 1 fell on a Saturday this year, Haverford’s natural scientists hung their annual April Fools’ decorations in the KINSC on Friday, March 31.