Dr. Bentley moves east to spend a sabbatical year in Sang Bok Lee's group at the University of Maryland, College Park.
Congratulations to Lucky on his graduation from LC.
Keira is one of three LC students to win a Goldwater scholarship, the most prestigious undergraduate science honor.
Keira and Lucky present posters at the Murdock Undergraduate Science Conference.
Keira presents a poster at the Pauling Award Symposium at the University of Portland. (The award was given to Chad Mirkin.)
Stephen successfully defends his chemistry honors thesis. Congratulations to both Stephen and James as they graduate from LC. Luciano Santino (’14) and Keira Roberts (’15) join the group.
Dr. Bentley, James, and Stephen travel to the spring ACS meeting in New Orleans, where each student presents a poster.
James Miyasaki (’13) joins the group and Stephen returns from New Zealand. The supergroup meets at PSU in mid-July.
January and February 2012
Safe travels and buen viaje to Stephen and Katie, who are studying abroad this semester in New Zealand and Chile, respectively.
Dr. Bentley visits the Linfield College chemistry department to give a seminar. Stephen and Katie give a presentation at the Murdock Undergraduate Science Conference in Seattle. And, we all gather with the supergroup (Goforth group from PSU and Geselbracht group from Reed) at Reed College.
The group attends the regional ACS meeting held in Portland.
Stephen Kubota (’13) and Katie Murphy (’13) join the group.
Supergroup meets at Lewis & Clark.
Robin Osofsky (’11) defends his senior thesis and graduates with honors.
Dr. Bentley presents a research seminar at Pacific University.
Students in Nanomaterials Chemistry (Chem 415) collaborate with students in 3D Design (Art 103). For more info, see the photos page.
Supergroup meets at PSU.
Dr. Bentley departs to spend a semester of sabbatical leave in Cathy Murphy’s group at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.
Chris Untiedt (’12) leaves for a year abroad in Germany.
The new Rigaku Ultima IV powder diffractometer is installed at PSU.
Cam Zachreson (’10) defends his thesis project and graduates with honors.
Eric Randall presents a poster at the American Chemical Society national meeting in San Francisco.
Supergroup meeting is hosted by the Goforth group at Portland State.
Lewis & Clark receives a $250,000 grant from the W. M. Keck Foundation to support nanomaterials curriculum development.
Robin Osofsky (’11) leaves for a semester abroad in Australia.
Chem 100 students contribute to the environmental studies department’s poster session. Some of the best student posters are now on display in Olin.
The Bentley group hosts a supergroup meeting at Lewis & Clark. Cam and Robin give presentations about their work.
Dr. Bentley visits the Oregon Graduate Institute to give a research presentation.
Cam Zachreson (’10) gives a departmental seminar about his proposed honors project.
Chris Untiedt (’12) joins the group.