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Seminars

Booker Juma Seminar Series

The Department of Chemistry and Physics at Fayetteville State University hosts a diverse monthly seminar series, which presents speakers from academia, industrial corporations, and laboratories. The departmental seminars provide a forum where renowned and emerging chemists and physicists are invited to present their cutting-edge research and discoveries to Fayetteville State University students and faculty. Unless otherwise noted, seminars are usually held at 2:00 pm on Tuesdays or Thursdays in Science and Technology Building 435 (The Studio Classroom). Please check the Events Calendar for upcoming Seminars.  

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2016-2017 Academic Year Seminars

Dr. Willie E. May, Emeritus Director, National Institute of Standards and Technology; "NIST: Who We Are, What We Do, and Why You Should Care?" 2:00 - 3:00 pm on Jan 26, 2017; Science and Technology Building 435.

Dr. Nathan Wymer, Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, North Carolina Central University; "Developing Neurological Probes for the Early Detection of Alzheimer's Disease"; 2:00 - 3:00 pm on Apr 11, 2017; Science and Technology Building 435.

Dr. Ruhai Zhou, Professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Old Dominion University; "Numerical Simulations of liquid crystalline polymers using kinetic model"; 2:00 - 3:00 pm on March 30, 2017; Science and Technology Building 435.

Dr. Fei Yan, Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, North Carolina Central University, "Nanoplasmonics-based Chemical and Biological Sensing"; 2:00 - 3:00 pm on March 21, 2017; Science and Technology Building 435.

2015-2016 Academic Year Seminars

2014-2015 Academic Year Seminars

2013-2014 Academic Year Seminars

Student Seminar Series

Undergraduate Research Seminar is organized by students for students. It is open to all FSU undergraduates participating in undergraduate research. About 30-minute talks with 10 minutes of questions... The seminar gives a chance to practice presentation of research results to peers and faculty. It gives a chance to practice conference/seminar organizational skills for student scholars. All, especially the first- and second-year students, are strongly encouraged to attend.

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