Welcome to Suffolk University Science Banquet 2011
A special welcome is extended to our alumni. Our faculty is looking forward to having you back with us to reminisce about old times and learn about our exciting science programs. A poster exhibit by the departments and our undergraduate research students will be held during the hospitality hour. Admission $30.
- Please join us and bring your students! Admission $30. Posters are welcome from students, faculty, and departments. Students submitting posters will be entered into the poster competition and receive free admission.
- Please join us for this exciting event! Student admission is only $15, or submit a poster for free admission. All posters will be entered into the poster competition.
Schedule of Events
- This year the sponsoring department is Chemistry and Biochemistry, and the guest speaker is Joseph Bono, 2010 President of the American Academy of Forensic Science. Currently with the Indiana Purdue University Indianapolis Forensic and Investigative Sciences Program, he has been laboratory director of the United States Secret Service Laboratory and of the Drug Enforcement Administration Office of Forensic Sciences and Special Testing and Research Laboratory.
The banquet is a special opportunity for our alumni, faculty, and administrators to say farewell to Dr. William Good, Professor of Chemistry, who is retiring at the end of this year.
6-7 Social Hour and Poster Reception
8-9 Speaker, Joseph Bono, 2010 President, American Academy of Forensic ScienceFor more information or to register please contact Elizabeth Conley, BS '07 at 617-573-8546 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
- Submit a poster here!
- The Decomposition of Pollutants in the Environment A Study of the Elimination of Plasticizers from the Environment and their Environmental Impact Alexa Rice and Elena Kollarova
- Thermal Pollution: How it takes a fish’s breath away Jena Shaw and John Baycroft
- “Think urban gardening reduces your carbon footprint? What your tomato plants don’t want you to know” Kristie Mowinski
- Suffolk University Forensic Science and Boston Police Crime Laboratory: Over Two Decades of Innovation and Collaboration Doris I. Lewis, Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Suffolk University Donald R. Hayes, Jr., Director, Boston Police Crime Laboratory; Master Lecturer in Chemistry, Suffolk University
- Chemistry new product development: An introductory chemistry course featuring science innovation and entrepreneurship Benita M. Comeau1, Doris I. Lewis1, Sushil Bhatia2 1) Suffolk University Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, 2) Suffolk University Sawyer Business School
- Suffolk University Successful Chapter 2010-2011Meaghan Sebeika, Andrew Alexander, and Dr. Doris Lewis
- Exploring the Bioenergetics Component of a Bacterial Mating Pore Bridget K Giarusso, Stephanie J Laurer, Gianna Mancuso, and Dr. Melanie B. Berkmen
- Evaluation of Statistical Measures for Fiber Comparisons: Interlaboratory Studies and Forensic Databases Kevin Roberts, Matthew King and Dr Edward G. Bartick, Assist. Prof., Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Forensic Science Program, Suffolk University Dr Stephen L. Morgan, Prof., Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of South Carolina Dr John Goodpaster, Assist. Prof., Department of Forensic and Investigative Science, Indiana University, Purdue University, Indianapolis
- AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE BIODEGRADATION OF DIMETHYLSILANEDIOL BY ARTHROBACTER METHYLOTROPHUS STEFANIE BARIL, LINA AHETORTUA, KATREENA HASHEM, ELENA KOLLARO, DENYCE WICHT
- Energetics of Gene Transfer in Bacteria Rodrigo Romero, Rafael Widjajahakim, Stephanie J. Laurer, Melanie B. Berkmen
- Genetic and bioinformatic analysis of mating proteins encoded on the conjugative element ICEBs1 of Bacillus subtilis Stephanie J. Laurer, Cori T. Leonetti, Matthew A. Hamada, and Dr. Melanie B. Berkmen