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Department of Chemistry Announcements – Fall 2014

HU Chemistry Alumni Group on LinkedIn

The Hampton University Chemistry Alumni group has been established on LinkedIn. The group was established by Dr. Michael Burke, a chemistry alumnus who coordinates the group with Dr. Urasa. There are a few current members so join us as we grow the HU Chemistry Alumni network.

New Faculty

The Department welcomes two faculty members.

Dr. Young-Gqamana received the Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry (with a concentration in Bioanalytical) from Purdue University in 2007. Subsequent to her graduate training at Purdue, she has held a research investigator position in the Bioanalytical Laboratory at Amicus Therapeutics, Inc., Cranbury, New Jersey; a postdoctoral appointment at Prosolia, Inc., Lafayette, Indiana; and a research associate appointment at the University of Cape Town in South Africa. Dr. Young-Gqamana received the baccalaureate degree in Chemistry from Hampton University, class of 2001.

Dr. Njoki received the Ph.D. in Chemistry (with a concentration in Nanoscience) from State University of New York (SUNY) at Binghamton in 2007. Subsequent to that, he held postdoctoral appointments at SUNY Binghamton, and Syracuse University. Dr. Njoki will bring to the Department of Chemistry, and the University, strong chemistry/nanoscience credentials. His research interests and expertise bridge Chemistry and Materials Science. He has two issued patents for his work in this area.

Chemistry and "The View from HU"

Hampton University, in partnership with Cox Business and Cox Channel 11, produces "The View From HU" a public affairs television show which features campus news, faculty, students, academic and research programs, athletic programs and much more. We are pleased to have three Chemistry faculty highlighted in the program. Check out the links below for some chemistry news on campus.

ACS Local Meeting

The ACS Hampton Roads Local Section is planning a section meeting to be held at Hampton University on Tuesday, September 16th, 2014. Dr. Tracy P. Hamilton from the University of Alabama at Birmingham will present Food Chemistry: The Science of Beer and Coffee, at 7:30 pm in the Turner Hall Auditorium. Refreshments will be served.

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