Chemistry Major Terry Huh ’14 has received a $5,000 Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship from the American Chemistry Society Division of Organic Chemistry.
Huh is researching a new and efficient synthetic strategy that can, in the long run, be useful in building complex, biologically active molecules.
The Division of Organic Chemistry annually awards summer undergraduate research fellowships to outstanding undergraduate organic chemistry students attending colleges and universities in the United States. These competitive fellowships are awarded on the merits of students’ research proposals, academic records, faculty recommendations, and their passion for laboratory science. Click here for more on the program.
Bryn Mawr’s Chemistry Department combines high-quality, visible research programs with excellent teaching. Students have the opportunity to work side by side with faculty as researchers. The chemistry major program of study includes introductory and advanced courses in the core areas of biological, inorganic, organic, and physical chemistry. Advanced courses are informed by the research areas of bioinorganic, nanomaterials, medicinal, computational, organic materials, and nucleic acid and protein chemistry.