Lab News

  • Welcome, Jorge!

    We are excited to welcome Jorge Rivera-Colón to the group! Jorge recently earned his B.S. in Chemistry from Inter American University of Puerto Rico–San Germán and is taking part in our Bridge to the Doctorate …

  • Welcome, Melony!

    We are excited to welcome Melony Kim to the group! Melony is a student at George Mason University and is participating in the NSF Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology Summer Undergraduate Research Experience program. Welcome to …

  • Welcome, Yujian!

    We are excited to welcome Yujian Zhang to the group! Yujian earned his B.S. in Chemistry from Shenzhen University and his M.S. in Chemistry from the University of Michigan. Welcome to #WisCER, Yujian!

  • Work featured in Chemical and Engineering News!

    Our work with the American Chemical Society General Chemistry Performance Expectations program (available open access here) was featured in Chemical and Engineering News. https://cen.acs.org/education/undergraduate-education/Clearing-way-reform-general-chemistry/99/i19

  • Sam wins 2021 Distinguished Faculty Postdoc Mentoring Award

    “Professor Pazicni’s inclusive, caring approach to group mentorship have also profoundly shifted my own perspective on inclusive mentoring, my thoughts about how to support mentees, and my ability to accept my own need for self-care.”

  • Welcome, Kris!

    We are excited to welcome Kris Aguayo to the group! Kris recently earned his B.S. in Chemistry from Western Washington University and is taking part in our Bridge to the Doctorate program. Welcome to #WisCER, …

  • New England Association of Chemistry Teachers Summer Conference

    Sam was invited to present “How A Framework for K-12 Science Education is influencing higher chemistry education” at NEACT’s virtual summer conference on 10 August 2020.

  • Welcome, Stephanie!

    We are excited to welcome Dr. Stephanie Santos–Díaz to the group! Stephanie recently earned her Ph.D. in Prof. Marcy Towns‘s research group at Purdue University. Welcome to #WisCER, Stephanie!