October News & Kudos
October 29, 2020
- Tony Masiello published his research: “Analysis of several high-resolution infrared bands of perdeutero-spiropentane, C5D8”, Journal of Molecular Spectroscopy, 372, 111350 (2020).“
- Andrés Aragoneses published his research: “Developing educational YouTube videos as a tool to learn and teach physics“, The Physics Teacher, 58, 7, 488 (2020).
- The WiSE Club has granted scholarships to a handful of female CSTEM students for a total of $1900 awarded. Funds came from the jewelry sales from last year.
- Tony Masiello submitted a grant as the PI to National Aeronautics and Space Administration: Atmospheric Composition Grant, with Title: “Infrared Spectroscopy of Isotopic Isomers of Halogenated Gases for Remote Sensing Applications”. Amount Requested $970,443.
- Former student, Biochemistry Eagle, and Berenice’s son, Raymond Emehiser, got his PhD in Chemistry this summer from the University of Idaho and subsequently got a job at Olix US, a pharmaceutical firm in San Diego.
- The WiSE Club is coordinating a virtual tutoring program that will help CSTEM faculty/staff parents as well as local K-12 public schools.
Not to the department this year.
- Physics: To Roger Penrose (Oxford U.) for the discovery that black hole formation is a robust prediction of the general theory of relativity; and to Reinhard Genzel (Max Planck & UC Berkley), and Andrea Ghez (UCLA) for the discovery of a supermassive compact object at the centre of our galaxy.
- Chemistry: Emmanuelle Carpentier (Max Planck) and Jennifer A. Doudna (UC Berkley), for the development of a method for genome editing.