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Courtney Thomas

Courtney Thomas is currently a visiting chemistry professor here at the Mount. Outside of her time spent in the classroom here, she spends her time as a Ph.D. student at...Read More...

ACS Call  ACS Kayser and Suchewski

Each year the ACS, American Chemical Society, holds two National meetings. These meetings typcally host 11,000-14,000 chemists, chemical engineers, students, and other professionals. With over 300 exhibits...Read More...


The Women in Science has been a prevalent part of the School of Natural Science and Mathematics for quite some time. However, on August 25, the Women in Science changed their name to...Read More...


Matthew Koury, C’17, had the opportunity to spend some of his summer at the University of Cambridge where he attended the Pembroke-King’s summer school. The Pembroke-King’s summer school consists of an 8-week program where students take three lecture courses....Read More...


Since its first grants in 1989 the Clare Boothe Luce Program (CBL) has become the single most significant source of private support for women in science, mathematics and engineering....Read More...


Matthew Koury, C’17, will be traveling to the United Kingdom to attend the prestigious Pembroke-King’s summer school at Cambridge. During the 8-week summer course, he will take three lecture courses: Contemporary Issues in Neuroscience, Behavioural Economics, and Reason and Invention: The Cult of the Classical in British Architecture 1500 - 2000. ...Read More...


Each summer three to five students with a major in one of the School’s programs receives a $1,500 (4 weeks) or a $3,000 (8 weeks) stipend for staying on campus and working with a faculty member on a research project.

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