Eric Simanek, Robert A. Welch Chair of Chemistry, released a novel entitled, “The Whiskey Thieves: An American Adventure in 1871.” The novel was self-published through Amazon and is now available for purchase.
Rhiannon Mayne, Oscar and Juanita Monnig Endowed Chair of Meteoritics and Planetary Science, recently completed a seven-week online course to receive the Informal Learning in Museums Certificate. This professional certificate is earned through an innovative program that immerses museum, zoo, aquarium and science outreach professionals and volunteers in informal and free-choice learning theories.
With the ongoing outbreak of COVID-19 and the holidays around the corner, Professor and Department Chair Anne VanBeber, R.D. provides easy tips and recommendations of food and drink groups to consider when planning weeknight and holiday meals.
Due to social distancing regulations, National Chemistry Week looked a little different this year, but was a success nonetheless. For the past 10 years, DFW Chemistry Organizations have come together to serve the local community through a collaborative effort at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History (FWMSH). Thanks to volunteers from universities and high schools in the area, these organizations have served more than 27,000 museum guests.
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