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Shannon Morey smiles in her classroom.

Shannon Morey named STEM Teacher of the Year in Massachusetts

Morey (SM '13) was named the 2022 Massachusetts STEM Teacher of the Year by the Patriots Hall of Fame.

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From Right: Katharina Ribbeck, Frank Laukien, Laura Kiessling, Jessica Stark, Barbara Imperiali, Matt Shoulders, Richard Cummings, and Tobi Oni smile in a group shot.

GlycoMIT Symposium celebrates advancements in glycobiology

Glyco enthusiasts from MIT and beyond recently gathered in Bartos Theatre to enjoy presentations of the latest advancements in glycobiology research.

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Deborah Chung smiles with David Oxtoby in front of a framed print out of Deborah's American Academy of Arts and Sciences induction letter that is hanging on the wall.

Deborah Chung inducted into American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Chung, a friend of Chemistry and a PhD alumna of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, was one of 270 inductees this year.

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Guadalupe Hayes-Mota named one of 2023’s PharmaVoice 100

Mota (SB '08) is the CEO and founder of Healr Solutions.

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A red background with white letters that read, October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month

October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month

Observed each October, National Disability Employment Awareness Month celebrates the contributions of America’s workers with disabilities past and present.

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Nicole De Nisco stands in a lab between two female students, facing her. All are in lab coats.

Helping to fill in gaps in urology research for female patients

Biologist Nicole De Nisco ’07, PhD ’13 draws on her love of problem-solving and interdisciplinary skills honed as a student at MIT.

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Professor Steve Buchwald smiles with three newly minted PhD recipients from his research group, all in regalia.

Graduate Students Receive Degrees at the 2023 Advanced Degree Conferral Ceremony

The Department of Chemistry's 48 graduates received their advanced degrees and doctoral hoods on Wednesday, May 31.

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Jupneet Singh and Kathryn Yammine receive MIT Awards

Singh (SB '23) and Yammine were among twenty-five students who received awards at this year's MIT Awards Convocation.

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Guadalupe Hayes-Mota recognized as a top young engineer in the United States by the National Academy of Engineering

Hayes-Mota (SB '08) has been invited to attend NAE's Grainger Foundation Frontiers of Engineering 2023 Symposium.

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The Russian Space Station MIR

Chemistry Alum Barry Stoddard to Publish Baikonur Man: Space, Science, American ambition and Soviet chaos at the cold war’s end

In his forthcoming book, Stoddard (PhD '90), recounts his involvement in a secret project during his time as an MIT graduate student at the end of the Cold War.

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Leading Initiatives to Solve Everyday Challenges

Alumni and friends of the Department of Chemistry gathered to enjoy an evening of food, drink, and talks by professors Elizabeth M. Nolan and Ronald T. Raines.

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Kevin Gilbert smiles in a forest.

Kevin Edward Gilbert (1949-2022)

Gilbert (PhD '74), a student of Fred Greene, passed away on October 28, 2022.

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Sam Peng joins the Faculty

Peng has been appointed as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry, as well as a Core Member of the Broad Institute.

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