2 Orbitals: What’s Happening in Chemistry Circles
March 3, 2008
ATTENTION MAY GRADUATES: WHAT ARE YOUR PLANS? Please let us know what your post-graduation plans are by sending an email to email@example.com. If you have a permanent email address where we can contact you after graduation, please include that information. We’d like to include updates in a future issue of Orbitals.
ATTENTION ALL CHEMISTRY MAJORS: WHAT ARE YOU UP TO? It’s a good idea to keep our office informed of your curricular and extracurricular activities and interests because certain award and fellowship nominations require that we know more than just your GPA. One way to make sure that we are informed is to drop off a current resume at the Undergraduate Advising Office for your file. Let us know if you’ve lined up a great summer internship or job, too!
Ten undergraduate chemistry majors received degrees at the December 14, 2007 commencement ceremony.
B.A. degrees were awarded to: Hoa Thi Chau, James Nelson English, Amelia Wike Freeman, Benjamin Daniel Naberhaus, and Ashley Pilar Ogden.
B.S. degree recipients were: Ashlee Anne Jahnke, Angela Darlene Jones, Melinda Suzanne Luetke and Andrew Michael Shuff.
Students graduating with honors were: Amelia Freeman (summa cum laude, GPR >3.9), Ashlee Jahnke, Melinda Luetke and Benjamin Naberhuas (magna cum laude, GPR = 3.70-3.899) and Andrew Shuff (cum laude, 3.500-3.699). Andrew Shuff also completed the requirements for a
S. degree in chemical engineering at the same time.
Lynntech, Inc. located here in College Station is looking to hire some research assistants with a BS/BA in chemistry. A May graduate who is looking for a full time job would be great, but they could also use someone looking for a part time job of 15-20 hours a week. The job will involve in-lab work, so some experience in a research lab setting would be a plus. The job description is posted at https://hr.lynntech.com/ (position ID 60) Apply by clicking the submit resume link at the bottom of the page. If any students have questions regarding the company or the job they can email Ashlee Jahnke at firstname.lastname@example.org.
GE Water and Process Technologies is advertising for three Advanced Technologist positions. The first two require a Bachelor’s degree in chemistry, and the third requires a Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Microbiology or “relevant discipline.” For more detailed position descriptions, please see the binder in the Undergraduate Advising Office. For more information contact Eric Hendrickson, or the hiring manager, George Delong.
Position 1: Advanced Technologist – Organic Deposit Analysis Perform organic characterization on samples from water and hydrocarbon process treatment programs using solvent extraction, Infrared spectroscopy and organic elemental analysis.