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Five Chemistry & Forensic Science students present research at the Spring 2019 American Chemical Society National Meeting in Orlando

Evonne Baldauff Apr 11, 2019

Seniors from the Department of Chemistry and Forensic Science, Jenna Gearhart, Alisha Lesko, and Jacob Layton, alongside juniors Samantha Bruffy and Claire Gething, presented their research during the American Chemical Society National Meeting, March 31st - April 4th.

Gearhart and Layton presented work completed in the summer of 2018 during their research experiences at the University of Alabama and West Virginia University, respectively. Working at Waynesburg University, Lesko completed her research alongside Professor Faith Musko, Bruffy with Dr. Tak Suyama, and Gething with Dr. Heidi Fletcher. Gething's poster won second place in the ACS Polymer Division Undergraduate Poster Session.

B.S. in Chemistry