Six chemistry students (Alec Bergerson, Hayley Hamilton, Mareah Lucio, Tyler Poi, Tim Williams, Max Thompson) presented their research at the American Chemical Society National Meeting in New Orleans, April 7-10, 2013.
Maha Zewail-Foote, associate professor of chemistry, co-authored a paper titled “Science for the ‘Haves’” inAngewandte Chemie International Edition, which was published this month.
A 2012 paper by Maha Zewail Foote, associate professor of chemistry, and Fay Guarraci, associate professor of psychology, was highlighted in the summer 2012 issue of CUR Quarterly, a newsletter published by the Council of Undergraduate Research. Read the summary here.
Fay Guarraci, associate professor of psychology, and Maha Zewail-Foote, associate professor of chemistry, had a paper titled “Kin Discrimination in Prepubescent and Adult Long-Evans Rats” published in the July issue ofBehavioural Processes. Co-authors on the paper include former students Jessica Bolton, Alex Burby, Brittany Ford and Carissa Winland.
Maha Foote, associate professor of chemistry, and Fay Guarraci, associate professor of psychology, have an article titled “‘Nice guys finish last’: Influence of mate choice on reproductive success in Long–Evans rats” published in the Feb. 2012 issue of Physiology & Behavior. Five former Southwestern students are listed as contributors to the research – Jessica Bolton, Brittany Ford, Sumith Sampana, Jade Tinker and Carissa Winland. The article is available online here.