College of Science & Engineering


Seminar Schedule

Seminars are usually held on Friday afternoon in room SL SL 130 at 3:15 pm, unless otherwise noted.  Graduate student seminars are on Fridays in SL 130 at 3:15 pm, unless otherwise noted.  Refreshments are provided 15 minutes prior to the seminar in CB275, except during Summer Quarter.

The department strives to offer a diverse and vibrant seminar program. Each year leading researchers from outside the department, as well as faculty and graduate students from Western, present and discuss their cutting-edge research. This is an excellent opportunity for students, faculty, staff, and visitors to actively participate in the scientific community. In addition, many outside seminar speakers are recruiting graduate students for their respective programs and are eager to discuss their program. All are welcome and encouraged to attend!  

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Winter Quarter 2020

January 10th @ 3:15 in SL 130
Summer Research
Chemistry Club
January 17th @ 3:15 in SL 130
Dr. Grace Stokes
Assistant Professor
Santa Clara University
January 24th @ 3:15 in SL 130
Dr. Justin Kollman
Associate Professor of Biochemistry
University of Washington
January 31st @ 3:15 in SL 130
Dr. Sarah Keane
Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Biophysics
University of Michigan
February 7th @ 3:15 in SL 130
Dr. Rodrigo Noriega
Assistant Professor
University of Utah
February 14th @ 3:15 in SL 130
Dr. Ning Zheng
University of Washington
February 21st @ 3:15 in SL 130
Andrew Borst, PhD
February 28th @ 3:15 in SL 130
Dr. Janine Copp
Research Associate
Michael Smith Laboratories and the University of British Columbia
March 6th @ 3:15 in SL 130
Equity Inclusion and Diversity Forum


Click here to access the Seminar Archive.

Click here to access WWU Chemistry Research Publication Collections (including graduate thesis collection).