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December Joint Meeting with NOBCChE
Conaton Board Room, Schmidt Hall
Wednesday, December 6, 2017
The featured speaker for the evening is Dr. Charlisa Daniels from Northern Kentucky University. Dr Daniels received her B.A. from Agnes Scott College in 2005.
Her post-baccalaureate work included studying small molecule ligand-protein interactions via Molecular Dynamics in the Robert Woods group at the University of
Georgia and being employed as a lab technician at Mary Kay Inc. She went on to earn her Ph.D. from Rice University in her hometown of Houston, TX. At Rice University,
she worked for Christy Landes where she utilized single molecule spectroscopy to study the liquid/solid interface of polymer brush architectures.
She then completed a teaching postdoctoral position at Trinity University (TX). At Trinity University, she worked for Michelle Bushey where she characterized
porous polymer monoliths and contrasted them to traditional stationary phases in liquid separation techniques. She joined the chemistry faculty at NKU as an
Assistant Professor in 2014. Her teaching responsibilities include courses in the physical and general chemistry curriculum. Her research focuses on identifying
dynamics (mass transport) of small molecules within tunable materials with aims of environmental applications.
|6:00 - 7:00pm||Registration and Social Hour (Conaton Board Room, Schmidt Hall)|
|7:00 - 8:00pm||Dinner (Conaton Board Room)
Menu: Grilled chicken breast with apricot bourbon sauce, mixed green salad with raspberry vinaigrette, seasonal vegetable medley, garlic mashed potatoes, and rolls with chocolate cake or apple strudel for dessert. Vegetarian entrée available upon request when making reservation.
|8:00 - 9:00pm||Speaker: Dr. Charlisa Daniels, NKU
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Reservations: Please use the link above to register.
The deadline for registration is noon on Tuesday, November 28.
Directions: The Xavier University Conaton Presidential Board Room is located on the second floor of Schmidt Hall. Free parking is available in the lot adjacent to the Alumni Center.
I-71: Exit at Dana Avenue exit. Proceed west on Dana Avenue past Ledgewood Drive. As the road begins a slight turn, the F&W parking area will be on the left before you reach Victory Parkway.
I-75: Exit at Mitchell Avenue. Proceed east on Mitchell Avenue, crossing over Reading Road. Continue to Dana Avenue and turn left. Just after crossing Victory Parkway, the entrance to F&W parking area will be on the right.
Rt. 562: Exit the Norwood Lateral at Reading Road. Continue in the left lane of Reading Road to Victory Parkway. Merge left onto Victory Parkway at the light. Continue to Dana Avenue. Turn left onto Dana Avenue. The entrance to F&W parking area will be on the right in about half a block.
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