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Louisiana State University analytical and environmental chemist Isiah Warner (PAESMEM 1997) is working to develop a new class of “electronic nose” that can identify and distinguish multiple odor-causing volatile organic compounds. The technology could be useful for sniffing out environmental contaminants, petrochemicals, food contaminants, explosive vapors and disease biomarkers.

As executive director of the Leadership Alliance at Brown University (PAESMEM Organizational 2007), Dr. Valerie Wilson was known for her teaching, mentoring and service throughout the STEM community. Dr. Wilson, who also served as Deputy Director of NSF’s Division of Graduate Education, passed away January 2018.

Upcoming Events

04.19.2018
At this Annual Meeting, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) will look for ways science is bringing together people, ideas, and...
04.29.2018
WEPAN is pleased to announce that the 2018 WEPAN Annual Conference will take place as a part of the new joint venture – the Collaborative Network for...
05.19.2018
2018 Ohio-PKAL Annual Conference: Promoting Effective Learning in a Diverse STEM Environment The day includes a vibrant program of oral...

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A national collaboration called the 50K Coalition is making steady progress in building a framework to dramatically increase diversity in engineering...
Dr. Lenore Blum, Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) Distinguished Career Professor of Computer Science, (PAESMEM 2004), thrives on creating programs...
A National Science Foundation (NSF) INCLUDES grant aimed at increasing middle-school students’ knowledge of computer science will bring to Alabama...

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Dr. James Cotter, professor of geology at the University of Minnesota, Morris, (PAESMEM 2000)

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