March 19 2015
Dr. Jared Baker, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Chelsea Zorn ’15, and Hillary Andaluz Aguilar ’15 attended the 2015 Pittsburgh Conference on Analytical Chemistry and Applied Spectroscopy (Pittcon) in New Orleans from March 8 to March 12. Pittcon is the largest conference for analytical chemistry in the world, with approximately 17,000 attendees this year. Chelsea and Hillary presented a poster summarizing their research over the past year titled “Synchronous Scan Fluorescence Analysis of Bourbon Whiskey with Solvent-Enhanced Resolution.”
Dr. Baker was recently invited to participate in a symposium organized by the American Chemical Society Separations Sciences Subdivision titled “Novel Teaching Approaches in Chemical Separations and Analysis”. At the symposium, he gave an oral presentation titled “Tips, Tools and Technology in the Inverted Analytical Chemistry Classroom”.