As classes end, I’m looking forward to a summer of lab productivity!
In May, Stephanie and Sherry will continue their investigations of dust photochemistry (but on a full-time basis!). In July, new lab member Chelsea Cote will join us as a recipient of the Lloyd and Margaret Cooley Memorial Studentship in Analytical Chemistry. Both Stephanie and Chelsea will be staying on in the autumn as CHEM 401/403 students.
In June, I’ll be heading to the 99th Canadian Chemistry Conference (CSC 2016) in Halifax, where I’m looking forward to giving a talk and to catching up with others in the Canadian atmospheric chemistry community. From Halifax, I’ll be heading to Bari, Italy, where I’ll be giving a talk at the 2nd International Conference on Atmospheric Dust.
In the autumn, the group will be welcoming several new graduate students and another fourth-year research student … exciting days!