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March 6th, 2024

  • 1:00pm - 4:00pm: Jobs & Internship Fair

    Get ready for life after Brockport at the Spring 2024 Jobs and Internships Fair!

News

Craig Duffy works on his pressure-reading starting blocks in the makerspace
November 1

International student utilizes new makerspace to develop an affordable product to help runners optimize and track their starts.

March 28
Professor Markus Hoffmann (Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry) published two peer-reviewed articles in short succession, alongside undergraduate co-authors, reaching 50 peer-reviewed works at SUNY Brockport.
October 18

Dr. Mark Heitz presented a talk titled “Coumarin 153 Solvation Dynamics in Methanol-Water Binary Mixtures: Are There Implications for Ionic Liquid Solutions?”

Megan Bullard
August 24
BS in Chemistry
August 18
Dr. Mark Heitz coauthored a poster with undergraduate students that presented their latest research on the effects of increased ionic liquid hydrophobicity on a model DNA oligomer at the 2022 Gordon Research Conference on Ionic Liquids.
May 26
Sarah Saputo and Carly Reed (Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry) each co-authored a publication with their students.
January 3
Dr. Mark Heitz, Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, published a second article in December 2021 that reported on DNA-ionic liquid interactions in the journal ‘Molecules’.
January 3
Dr. Mark Heitz, Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, and two recent Brockport graduates published an article that describes molecular solvation dynamics in an ionic liquid solvent in the journal Sustainable Chemistry.
December 23
A Research Collaboration between the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry and the Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany, continues to be fruitful with two articles published in peer-reviewed literature.
December 20

Markus Hoffmann, Professor and Chair of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, published a review article in Current Opinion in Colloid and Interface Science (Vol. 57, article number 101537), a respected journal of current impact factor of 6.448.

Matthew Too, double major in biochemistry and mathematics, receiving an Undergraduate Research Award at the 2021 Eastern Analytical Sympo...
December 20

Matthew Too, a double major in biochemistry and mathematics, received an undergraduate research award at the 2021 Eastern Analytical Symposium and Exposition at the Crowne Plaza Princeton Conference Center, Plainsboro, NJ.

Reilly Blocho (GEL '19) on an outcrop of the Marcellus Shale near Utica, NY
July 31
The trio of Reilly Blocho ’19, Dr. Richard Smith ’07, and Dr. Mark Noll (Professor of Geology), published a paper on the depositional environment and origin of organic matter in the Marcellus Shale.
June 11
Markus Hoffmann, Professor and Chair of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, published two articles in the Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data, one co-authored by undergraduate student Rachel Horowitz.
June 7
Matthew Too (double major in Biochemistry and Mathematics) won the Student Research Award from the Eastern Analytical Symposium (EAS).
April 28
Markus Hoffmann, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, chaired the Session “Basic Research in Colloids, Surfactants, and Interfaces” at the spring National Meeting of the American Chemical Society.
April 27
Senior Rachel Horowitz from the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry gave oral presentations of her research at four conferences during the month of April.
April 16
Dr. Mark Heitz, Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, published an article with colleagues from University of Missouri and the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi.
April 8
Associate Professor Carly Reed, in collaboration with Robert Garner and William Brennessel, published the structure of an unknown solvate in a recent issue of the open-access journal IUCrDATA.
Leila Doerrer
March 19
Freshman Leila Doerrer is the first recipient of the inaugural 2020 Brockport Chemical Science Merit Scholarship. Hear about her first impressions of SUNY Brockport and her time in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry.
Student using a microscope for research
March 17
SUNY recently approved a new BS degree in Neuroscience for SUNY Brockport. This program serves a growing interdisciplinary field that draws upon the knowledge-base from biology, chemistry and biochemistry, and psychology.
Aerial shot of Hartwell Hall
February 11
The college will field three new interdisciplinary programs in the Fall 2021 semester, including a community justice major that is the first of its kind in the nation.