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Hello everyone! I just wanted to put up a quick post introducing myself and outlining some of the great content we have coming up in the not-too-distant future. First off, I’m Eli Whitaker, I’m a junior chemistry major and T.A. here at Berea College, and I’ve accepted the challenge of helping out with some of [...]
As chemists, we have two main career tracks: academia/more education or industry/business. For each direction a critical document to have on hand is a summary of your professional experience. This document takes slightly different forms depending on your focus. For more academic directions, a curriculum vitae or CV is standard while for business, a resume [...]
Inventory is going well and I was thinking what fun it would be to include everyone. So, let’s play a game. Name that Glassware. I will post pictures of things I find and we will see if someone knows what it is. Feel free to comment. I have tootsie rolls for the first person to [...]
This summer I am counting each and every bit of the prep room. This includes some really interesting bits of glass and other things. Here are some of the highlights, so far.
Last year was the first time Berea College has combined service, learning, and labor awards into one ceremony naming it the Berea Academy Awards. Last night we had several chemistry major award winners that we would like to congratulate. Dallas Cook and Sarah Elrod-Thomas Beebe Organic Chemistry Award Theint Theint-Lilli Brann Scholarship in Physical Sciences, [...]
I know that labor day demonstrations means something quite different to most people than it means in this blog post. I’ll get to what I mean by demonstrations, but first a bit of history. Berea College has, for many years, celebrated its student labor program by hosting its own Labor Day. It has changed quite [...]