PAZICNI RESEARCH GROUP

 
 

Research in the Pazicni group focuses on chemistry education and bioinorganic chemistry.


Above is our latest group picture, featuring members (l-r) Kyle Rodriguez, Ryan Hall, Austin Power, Max Bilodeau, Prof. Sam Pazicni, René Buell, and Christian Tooley.


Contact: sam [dot] pazicni [at] unh [dot] edu

Welcome to the pazicni group at the university of new hampshire!

February 2015: Sam is the PI on newly funded NSF S-STEM award that will provide scholarships to community college students so they may pursue 4-yr STEM degrees at UNH!


January 2015: “Functional Divergence of Heme-Thiolate Proteins: A Classification Based on Spectroscopic Attributes” has been accepted to Chemical Reviews!


December 2014: We welcome inorganic chemistry graduate student David Danico to the group!


November 2014: Sam has agreed to be a discussant at the 2015 Gordon Research Conference on Chemistry Education Research and Practice.


September 2014: The Testing Effect: An Intervention on Behalf of Low-Skilled Comprehenders in General Chemistry is published in the Journal of Chemical Education!


September 2014: Sam presents a poster a the CIRCLE conference in St. Louis, MO.


July 2014: Sam and Prof. Marilyne Stains (University of Nebraska-Lincoln) present a two-part workshop at the Biennial Conference on Chemistry Education entitled “Infusing the Science of Learning into Your Chemistry Course”


May 2014: Sam presents a live ACS Webinar on “Surviving and Succeeding in Graduate School”.

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