Texas Tech University

Departmental Seminar Schedule, Spring Semester 2017


Mar 01
Wednesday
12:00 PM
CHEM 101

Measuring Molecules Near Surfaces: Better than a Needle in a Haystack, Abstract
Prof. Scott K. Shaw, Department of Chemistry, University of Iowa
Dept. Host: Prof. Carol L. Korzeniewski


Mar 08
Wednesday
4:00 PM
CHEM 113

No Seminar Scheduled


Mar 15
Wednesday
4:00 PM
CHEM 113

Spring Vacation


Mar 22
Wednesday
4:00 PM
CHEM 113

Tricks of the Trade - The Unique Specialized Metabolism in Opium Poppy, Abstract
Prof. Peter Facchini, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Calgary
Dept. Host: Prof. John D'Auria


Mar 29
Wednesday
4:00 PM
CHEM 113

No Seminar Scheduled


Apr 05
Wednesday
4:00 PM
CHEM 113

Natural Products and New Synthetic Methods, Abstract
Prof. Jon Njardarson, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Arizona
Dept. Host: Prof. Andrew M. Harned


Apr 12
Wednesday
4:00 PM
CHEM 113

No Seminar Scheduled


Apr 19
Wednesday
4:00 PM
CHEM 113

Manipulating the Redox Chemistry of Bimetallic Complexes and Organic Macrocycles for Small Molecule Activation and Water Remediation, Abstract
Prof. Dino Villagran
, Department of Chemistry, University of Texas at El Paso
Dept. Host: Prof. Anthony F. Cozzolino


Apr 26
Wednesday
4:00 PM
CHEM 113

Nickel-Catalyzed Cross Couplings of Alkyl Amine and Alcohol Derivatives, Abstract
Prof. Mary P. Watson
, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Delaware
Dept. Host: Prof. Andrew M. Harned


May 04
Thursday
4:00 PM
CHEM 107

Shine Lecture - Technical Lecture: New Photoredox Reactions
Prof. David W. C. MacMillan, Department of Chemistry, Princeton University
Dept. Host: Prof. Michael Findlater


May 04
Thursday
7:30 PM
CHEM 113

Shine Lecture - Public Lecture: Why is Chemistry and Catalysis Important to Society?
Prof. David W. C. MacMillan, Department of Chemistry, Princeton University
Dept. Host: Prof. Michael Findlater


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