UW Madison Chemistry Newsletter for 04/06/2015

Bucky UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON
DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY NEWSLETTER
XXXIX - No. 12 April 6th, 2015

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2015 NSF FELLOWSHIPS ANNOUNCED!
Recipients of the 2015 NSF Graduate Research Fellowships have been announced (https://www.fastlane.nsf.gov/grfp/AwardeeList.do?method=loadAwardeeList , and the Chemistry Department again has a number of students who have received Fellowships.
UW-Madison Chemistry students who have received the award. Fellowship Awardees include Alexa Barres (Mecozzi), Allison Cardiel (Choi), Kassandra Knapper (Goldsmith), Matthew Stolt (Jin), Melinda Shearer (Hamers/Jin), and Joseph Vasquez (Blackwell).
The Honorable Mentions from the NSF competition are also listed and this is a nice honor in itself:  Amanda Buchberger (Li), Matthew Dent (Burstyn), Kirandeep Deol (Strieter), Sarah Guillot (Hamers), Nels Gerstner (Schomaker), Steven Larson (Gopalan), Lydia Manger (Goldsmith), Joshua Ostrander (Zanni), and Matthew Rush (Coon).
Congratulations All!
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2014-15 Dates of Finance/Department Meetings
Department/Executive Committee Meetings - Tuesdays - 1:30 PM - Room 9341 Chemistry

Apr 21, 2015 May 12, 2015

Finance Committee Meetings - Tuesdays - 1:30 PM - Room 1130

Apr 7, 2015 Apr 28, 2015 May 5, 2015 May 26, 2015

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SEMINARS
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Tuesday, April 7th, 2015 - Department, Graduate, Physical, Theoretical Seminar, 11:00 am, Room 1315 Chemistry uilding (Seminar Hall). Professor Mark Johnson, Yale University "From water clusters to structural metabolomics: A chemical road trip on a cryogenic ion photofragmentation mass spectrometer"
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Wednesday, April 8th, 2015 - Inorganic Seminar, 3:30 pm, Room 1315 Chemistry. Prof. Viktor Poltavets, Michigan State University "Metastable Functional Solids by Soft Chemistry Approaches"
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Wednesday, April 8th, 2015 - Department Special Event, 6:00 pm, SC Johnson "SC Johnson Information ession"
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Thursday, April 9th, 2015 - General Special Event, 1:00 pm, Lobby in the Engineering Centers Building. "STEM Career Fair"
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Thursday, April 9th, 2015 - Department, Graduate Seminar, 1:30 pm, Engineering Hall 1800. Sara Laschever, "Ask for It: Women and the Power of Negotiation"
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Friday, April 10th, 2015 - Department Special Event, 8:30 am, "Chemistry Board of Advisers Meeting"
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Friday, April 10th, 2015 - Department, General Colloquium, 3:30 pm, 1315 Chemistry (Seminar Hall). Professor James Jorgenson, University of North Carolina "Colloquium: Ultra-high pressure liquid chromatography: What the future might hold"
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Friday, April 10th, 2015 - General Lecture, 3:45 pm, 984 Memorial Library (Special Collections). Eldridge Bourne Professor of History and Distinguished University Professor Alan Rocke, Case Western Reserve ""Science vs. Practice": The German Chemist ca. 1860"
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Monday, April 13th, 2015 - Inorganic, Materials Seminar, 3:30 pm, 1315 Chemistry (Seminar Hall). Prof. Theresa Reineke, University of Minnesota "Sugar-coated polymer synthesis: from sustainable materials to selective drug delivery"
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Monday, April 13th, 2015 - Materials Seminar, 3:30 pm, 1315 Chemistry (Seminar Hall). Prof. Theresa Reineke, University of Minnesota "Sugar-coated polymer synthesis: from sustainable materials to selective drug delivery"
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Tuesday, April 14th, 2015 - Graduate, Physical, Theoretical Seminar, 11:00 am, Room 1315 Chemistry Building (Seminar Hall). Professor Amber Krummel, Colorado State University "Physical Chemistry Seminar"
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Tuesday, April 14th, 2015 - Physical Seminar, 4:30 pm, Room 8335 Chemistry Building. Eric Hagee, Department of Chemistry "Physical Chemistry Student Seminar"
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Wednesday, April 15th, 2015 - Inorganic, Materials Seminar, 3:30 pm, Room 1315 Chemistry Building. Prof. Raymond Schaak, Pennsylvania State University "Seminar"
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Friday, April 17th, 2015 - Department Special Event, 4:00 pm, 8551 Research Way Suite 150 Building 9 Middleton. "PPD Open House"
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Saturday, April 18th, 2015 - Department, General Special Event, 9:00 am, Union South - Varsity Hall. Randall Ribaudo and Larry Petcovic, SciPhD.com "How to Get Industry Jobs"
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Monday, April 20th, 2015 - Department, Graduate, Physical, Theoretical Seminar, 3:00 pm, Room 9341 Chemistry Building. Professor Yu-Shan Lin, Tufts University "TCI Seminar"
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Monday, April 20th, 2015 - Department, General, Materials Seminar, 3:30 pm, 1315 Chemistry (Seminar Hall). Stephen Forrest, University of Michigan "McElvain Materials Seminar"
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Tuesday, April 21st, 2015 - Graduate, Physical, Theoretical Seminar, 11:00 am, Room 1315 Chemistry Building (Seminar Hall). Professor Steve Doorn, Los Alamos National Laboratory "Physical Chemistry Seminar"
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Tuesday, April 21st, 2015 - Chemical Biology, Organic Seminar, 3:30 pm, 1315 Chemistry. Professor Jenn Prescher, University of California, Irvine "Joint Organic/Chemical Biology Seminar"
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Tuesday, April 21st, 2015 - Physical Seminar, 4:30 pm, Room 8335 Chemistry Building. Huong Tran, Department of Chemistry "Physical Chemistry Student Seminar"
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Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015 - Department Outreach, 3:00 pm, 4619 Jenewein Road Fitchburg. NOBCChE and ICE, "Earth Day Outreach Event for the Boys & Girls Club"
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Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015 - Inorganic Seminar, 3:30 pm, Room 1315 Chemistry. Dr. Michael Reynolds, Shell International Exploration and Production "Inorganic McElvain Seminar"
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Thursday, April 23rd, 2015 - Chemical Biology Seminar, 11:00 am, 1315 Chemistry. Professor David Tirrell, Caltech "Chemical Biology McElvain Seminar"
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Thursday, April 23rd, 2015 - Organic Seminar, 3:30 pm, 1315 Chemistry. Professor John Hartwig, UC Berkeley. "Selective Functionalization of Alkyl and Aryl C-H Bonds - Installation of Temporary Functional Groups"
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Friday, April 24th, 2015 - Department Colloquium, 3:30 pm, 1315 Chemistry. Dr. Jake Yeston, Science Magazine "Scientific Publishing from the Inside Out"
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Tuesday, April 28th, 2015 - Graduate, Physical, Theoretical Seminar, 11:00 am, Room 1315 Chemistry Building (Seminar Hall). Professor Toshiko Ichiye, Georgetown University "Physical Chemistry Seminar"
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Tuesday, April 28th, 2015 - Physical Seminar, 4:30 pm, Room 8335 Chemistry Building. Wyatt Merrill, Department of Chemistry "Physical Chemistry Student Seminar"
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Thursday, April 30th, 2015 - Department, Graduate Seminar, 12:15 pm, 1315 Chemistry. Prof. Bassam Shakhashiri, UW Department of Chemistry "The Wisconsin Idea: Opportunities and Challenges for Graduate Research and Education"
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Friday, May 1st, 2015 - Department Special Event, 3:00 pm, 1361 Chemistry Building. Department of Chemistry, UW-Madison "Student Awards Ceremony"
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Monday, May 4th, 2015 - Materials Seminar, 3:30 pm, 1315 Chemistry (Seminar Hall). Professor Bryan Boudouris, Purdue University "Joint Materials & MRSEC Seminar: Designing Macromolecules for Advanced Energy Conversion and Nanofiltration Applications"
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Tuesday, May 5th, 2015 - Graduate, Physical, Theoretical Seminar, 11:00 am, Room 1315 Chemistry Building (Seminar Hall). Professor Phillip Geissler, University of California, Berkeley "Physical Chemistry McElvain Seminar"
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Thursday, May 7th, 2015 - Organic Seminar, 11:00 am, 1315 Chemistry. Porfessor V. Ramamurthy, University of Miami "Organic Seminar"
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Thursday, May 7th, 2015 - Analytical, Department Seminar, 12:15 pm, 1315 Chemistry (Seminar Hall). Rena Robinson, University of Pittsburg "Analytical Seminar (Title TBA)"
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Wednesday, May 13th, 2015 - Department, Graduate, Physical Seminar, 11:00 am, Room 1315 Chemistry Building (Seminar Hall). Professor Xiaowei Zhuang, Harvard University "Ferry Lectures in Physical Chemistry"
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Wednesday, May 13th, 2015 - Inorganic Seminar, 3:30 pm, Room 1315 Chemistry. Prof. Michael Organ, York University in Canada "Catalyst Reactivity and Selectivity in Cross-Coupling: Are They Always at Odds With Each Other?"
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Thursday, May 14th, 2015 - Department, Graduate, Physical Seminar, 11:00 am, Room 1315 Chemistry Building (Seminar Hall). Professor Xiaowei Zhuang, Harvard University "Ferry Lectures in Physical Chemistry"
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Friday, May 15th, 2015 - Department Special Event, 3:00 pm, 1361 and Shain Atrium. Department of Chemistry, UW-Madison "Chemistry Graduation Celebration"
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Thursday, May 21st, 2015 - Department, Inorganic Seminar, 11:00 am, Room 1315 Chemistry. Prof. Daniel Rabinovich, University of North Carolina, Charlotte "Inorganic Seminar -TBA"
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Thursday, May 21st, 2015 - Inorganic Seminar, 11:00 am, Room 1315 Chemistry. Prof. Daniel Rabinovich, Univ. North Carolina-Charlotte "Synthetic Analogues of Methanobactin"
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Tuesday, May 26th, 2015 - Organic Seminar, 3:30 pm, 1315 Chemistry (Seminar Hall). Amir Haveyda, "Organic McElvain Seminar"
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Wednesday, May 27th, 2015 - General Special Event, 8:00 am, ACS Great Lakes/Central Regions, "ACS Joint Great Lakes/Central Regional Meeting"
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Wednesday, May 27th, 2015 - Chemical Biology Seminar, 10:00 am, 1315 Chemistry Building (Seminar Hall). Chemical Biology Ph.D. Path, "Chemical Biology Fourth-Year Student Seminar Day"
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RECENT PUBLICATIONS
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Decoupling the electronic, geometric and interfacial contributions to support effects in heterogeneous catalysis.
Hermes, ED; Jenness, GR; Schmidt, JR*.
MOLECULAR SIMULATION, 41 (1-3):123-133; SI 10.1080/08927022.2014.926549 FEB 11 2015.
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An Evolved Mxe GyrA Intein for Enhanced Production of Fusion Proteins.
Marshall, CJ; Grosskopf, VA; Moehling, TJ; Tillotson, BJ; Wiepz, GJ; Abbott, NL; Raines, RT*; Shusta, EV.
ACS CHEMICAL BIOLOGY, 10 (2):527-538; 10.1021/cb500689g FEB 2015.
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Synthesis, emulsification and self-assembly properties of sugar-containing semifluorinated amphiphiles.
Razgulin, AV, Mecozzi, S*.
Elsevier Sci Ltd, the Boulevard, Langford Lane, Kidlington, Oxford Ox5 1gb, Oxon, England.
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Specific Enrichment of Phosphoproteins Using Functionalized Multivalent Nanoparticles.
Hwang, L; Ayaz-Guner, S; Gregorich, ZR; Cai, WX; Valeja, SG; Jin, S*; Ge, Y.
JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, 137 (7):2432-2435; 10.1021/ja511833y FEB 25 2015.
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Diazo Groups Endure Metabolism and Enable Chemoselectivity in Cellulo.
Andersen, KA; Aronoff, MR; McGrath, NA; Raines, RT*.
JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, 137 (7):2412-2415; 10.1021/ja5095815 FEB 25 2015.
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Enantioselective Conjugate Additions of alpha-Amino Radicals via Cooperative Photoredox and Lewis Acid Catalysis.
Espelt, LR; McPherson, IS; Wiensch, EM; Yoon, TP*.
JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, 137 (7):2452-2455; 10.1021/ja512746q FEB 25 2015.
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Conformational Stability and Catalytic Activity of PTEN Variants Linked to Cancers and Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Johnston, SB; Raines, RT*.
BIOCHEMISTRY, 54 (7):1576-1582; 10.1021/acs.biochem.5b00028 FEB 24 2015.
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Improved General Understanding of the Hydrogen-Bonding Phenomena: A Reply.
Weinhold, F*; Klein, RA.
Angewandte Chemie-international Edition, 54 (9):2600-2602; 10.1002/anie.201500262 FEB 23 2015.
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Nylon-3 Polymers Active against Drug-Resistant Candida albicans Biofilms.
Liu, RH; Chen, XY; Falk, SP; Masters, KS; Weisblum, B; Gellman, SH*.
JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, 137 (6):2183-2186; 10.1021/ja512567y FEB 18 2015.
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Fast Surface Crystallization of Molecular Glasses: Creation of Depletion Zones by Surface Diffusion and Crystallization Flux.
Hasebe, M, Musumeci, D, Yu, L*.
AMER CHEMICAL SOC, 1155 16TH ST, NW, WASHINGTON, DC 20036 USA.
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Copyright © 2015 Thomson ISI
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3RD ANNUAL CHEMICAL BIOLOGY PROGRAM SEMINAR DAY - MAY 27TH - MARK YOUR CALENDAR!
The 3nd Annual Chemical Biology Ph.D. Program in Chemistry Seminar Day  Now scheduled for Wednesday May 27!
Current fourth year graduate students in the Chemical Biology path will present short talks on their  research projects. The event will be held from 10-3 pm in seminar hall (Room 1315), followed by a reception. Everyone is welcome to attend. Please come join us to learn about and celebrate the research successes of your students and friends!
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SEMINAR BY SARA LASCHEVER, APRIL 9TH
Ask for It: Women and the Power of Negotiation. Date: Thursday, April 9, 2015. Time: 1:30 - 3:00 PM.
Location: Engineering Hall 1800

Whether seeking a higher salary or better career opportunities, women face barriers in asking for resources that they need and deserve. The outcome is significant, impacting their income, career progression, and access. Whether you are a student or a professional, learning to recognize and overcome barriers to negotiation is essential for entering and progressing in your career.
Sara Laschever, co-author of the critically acclaimed book Women Don't Ask, will draw on research from pyschology, sociology and economics to explain why women struggle to ask for what they want. She will also present strategies that women can use to initiate and successfully maneuver the process of conflict resolution.
The seminar is open to all members of the campus. To attend the seminar, please register.  A reception will follow the event. For more information about the speaker, please visit the SDE-GWIS website: http://www.gwisbeta.org/ask-for-it-women-and-the-power-of-negotiation-ap.... Any questions may be directed to SDE-GWIS (gwisbetachapter@gmail.com).
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PHOTO FORENSICS
Whether you use photography in your research, pursue it as a hobby, or have just a general interest in it, you may be interested in an event on campus coming up in two weeks. The UW's McPherson Eye Research Institute, of which I am a member, is presenting a special guest lecture on the subject of Photo Forensics, the techniques that can be used to determine whether a photograph has been manipulated. The speaker is Hany Farid from Darmouth College, who does research in this area. The lecture is on Thursday, April 16, at 5:45 pm in room 1125 of the old Biochemistry Building, 420 Henry Mall. A pdf file with an announcement of the event is attached.
Here is a preview in the form a TED talk that he gave several years ago: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zVOYInKgy8k. Rod Schreiner, Senior Scientist, Chemistry Department, UW-Madison, 608-262-0215.
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FUELING DISCOVERY - EXCITING NEW OUTREACH EFFORT
We're pleased to share an exciting new outreach effort from the College of Letters & Science. We partnered with the Wisconsin State Journal and generous local business sponsors to publish a special section that appeared in the Sunday, March 22 newspaper and is available online at: http://madison.com/Discovery and http://go.wisc.edu/LSDiscovery. This 32-page section has reached more than 100,000 State Journal readers and many more people around the world through the online version. It features essays written by faculty members from across the college's three divisions, showcasing our research and teaching. I am excited to tell our story and show how we advance knowledge and discovery. We will send a hard copy of the special section to each L&S department, program and center. If you would like additional copies, please contact Margaret Petri in the dean's office at mwpetri@ls.wisc.edu or (608) 263-2303. I hope you enjoy reading about a small sampling of the tremendous work happening across the college. Thank you for all that you do to advance the L&S mission.
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CHINESE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY - GREAT LAKES CHAPTER
The 19th Chinese American Chemical Society-Great Lakes Chapter conference. The Chinese American Chemical Society (CACS) is a non-profit professional organization and the only Chinese professional organization  officially recognized by ACS and AICheE (www.cacshq.org). This year the Great Lakes Chapter conference is to be held at Northwestern University (Evanston Campus) on May 2nd .
We'd like to invite undergraduate and graduate students, postdoc fellows, professors and scholars in related majors from universities in Great Lakes area to participate. The theme of the conference is "Chemical Professional  Opportunities in Industry and Academia Future Perspective". There will be plenary presentations by distinguished speakers from both industry and academia; student research presentation contest and awards, and a career fair with recruiters from Abbott, UOP, AbbVie, and other companies. It's free registration online before May 1st and there will be free lunch. The deadline for submitting documents for presentation section is April 25th. Other details including registration deadlines and can be seen in the attachment or at www.greatlakecacs.org.
Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions. I am grateful for your help in publicity work. Sincerely, Dongxu Shu.
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PHOTOCHEMISTRY GORDON CONFERENCE - JULY
To all Graduate Students and Postdocs,
This year's Gordon Research Seminar (GRS) on Photochemistry is coming up soon (July 18-19th)! The GRS is a great opportunity for advanced graduate students and postdocs to give oral presentations, and to network with your fellow early career scientists. The program is looking exciting so far: a keynote address from Rich Eisenberg (Univ. of Rochester) and a panel discussion on the future of photochemistry featuring Jillian Dempsey (UNC Chapel Hill) and Aaron Rachford (Dow Chemical Company) are some highlights. Hopefully, you can stay for the Photochemistry GRC.
The deadline to apply for an oral presentation is April 18th. For a poster, the deadline is June 20th. However, the attendance of the seminar is capped. If you wait to the last second, there is a significant chance that the seminar will be full.
This year's theme is "Photochemical Applications in Energy Conversion and Sustainability," but other topics are also encouraged. For more information, please see the website: http://www.grc.org/programs.aspx?id=14809.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at jrswierk@gmail.com.
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SUPPORTING SHARED GOVERNANCE IN PREPARATION FOR HR DESIGN IMPLEMENTATION ON JULY 1, 2015
Deans & Directors,
As you know, UW-Madison is implementing major changes to the campus human resources system. This new system, known as HR Design, will be implemented beginning on July 1, 2015.
In many cases, the basis for our new system will be a series of HR policies that the Office of Human Resources (OHR) is drafting. For the last several months, OHR has been discussing these policies, as we are required to, with our governance groups. While the HR changes will affect everyone on our campus, they will particularly affect our classified colleagues, because our new system will replace the personnel policies that are currently under the purview of state government.
Therefore, it is particularly important that the newly formed Classified Staff governance groups   the Classified Staff Executive Committee and Classified Staff Congress   have the opportunity to review these draft policies. In order to make sure the Congress can do this, as we move toward the July 1 implementation deadline, its members have voted to schedule additional meetings. These will be in addition to the regularly scheduled monthly Congress meeting. These extra meetings are scheduled for April 27 and June 22, and more may be needed. We do not anticipate that the Classified Staff Executive Committee will need to hold additional meetings.
Creation of the Classified Staff governance structure was an important step in providing this critical group of employees with a voice in developing campus policies. Therefore, we encourage classified employees to participate in their shared governance activities. We also recognize, however, that participation in activities which remove the employee from the workplace must be balanced and preceded by planning and discussion involving both the supervisor and the employee, to ensure that the university's operational needs are achieved.
As we move toward implementation of HR Design, I ask that you support our elected Classified Staff governance members to participate in shared governance meetings, including these additional meetings.
Thank you for your continued support of UW-Madison shared governance. Please share this message with department chairs, managers and supervisors in your units.
If you have any questions or need more information, contact Bob Lavigna (rlavigna@ohr.wisc.edu) or Mark Walters (mwalters@ohr.wisc.edu).
Thanks, Darrell Bazzell
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GSFLC MENTOR AWARD NOMINATIONS
The Graduate Student-Faculty Liaison Committee (GSFLC) is currently accepting nominations for the 2015 Mentor Awards.  The Mentor Awards are meant to recognize grad students, post-docs, academic staff and faculty who have had a profound positive impact on the graduate students in the chemistry department.  Any member of the chemistry community who has dedicated time to development, growth, and/or counsel during a graduate student's career is eligible for nomination.  Up to three awards are given each year depending on participation.  Details concerning how to nominate a mentor and the criteria by which nominations will be judged can be found at the GSFLC's website: http://gsflc.chem.wisc.edu/content/mentor-awards.
This year nominations are due Friday, April 17th by 5:00 P.M. The letters of nomination can be submitted in the GSFLC mailbox on the first floor of Shain Tower.
It is always rewarding to be recognized for one's hard work and time.  If somebody in the chemistry community has had an impact on your graduate career and/or that of your peers, I encourage you to consider nominating them for this award.
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me or any other GSFLC representative.  A list of current representatives can be found on the GSFLC website: http://gsflc.chem.wisc.edu/content/members.
Cheers, Emily Wilkerson, GSFLC Representative.
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NEW LIBRARY SYSTEM COMING - SERVICE OUTAGE DATES
The General Library System Administration is transitioning to a new internal system - there will be outages in requesting items from UW campuses as this happens.
Important dates:
     •    April 9  UW System borrowing will be disabled. Use ILL to get items from other UW campuses
     •    May 1   Submit  Summer Session Reserve requests
     •    May 4   Requests for UW-Madison items (holds/send to pick up library) disabled
     •    May 15   Items cannot be checked out
     •    May 20   Transition complete, all services return
Please note that the "Place Request" button in the Library's catalog will be disabled for UW System Borrowing from April 9 to May 20. The "Place Request" button in the Library's catalog will be disabled for requesting UW Madison items from May 4 to May 20. If you need to request items from other UW Madison or UW System libraries during this time, please place an interlibrary loan request.  If you have any questions, feel free to email me.
Thanks, Ariel.

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EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
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Open positions at AbbVie. We have two protein MS/Proteomic openings right now.  One position will be proteomic-oriented and the other more Protein MS/Structure oriented.  Both positions will be focused on hands-on lab work and will require the ability to work extremely well/very interactively with others. Protein Mass Spectrometrist. The Scientist will conduct analytical experiments to support structural characterization and identification of biological macromolecules using liquid chromatography and mass spectrometry techniques. In addition, the selected candidate will be responsible for method development of new bio-assays to support a variety of therapeutic team area needs. The selected candidate must be knowledgeable in protein handling and have familiarity with mass spectrometry instrumentation operation, troubleshooting, and maintenance. He or she should possess excellent communication skills. The Scientist will be expected to consistently work on multiple projects in parallel and be able to adjust to rapidly changing priorities. In addition, this individual must be highly self-motivated, able to work independently in their area of expertise, able to work collaboratively with cross-functional teams, and must be an outstanding mentor and team player. A Ph.D. in chemistry, biochemistry, or physical science is desired.  B.S./M.S. candidates with experience and/or outstanding qualifications will be considered. Contact: Robert W. Johnson, Ph.d., Senior Principal Research Scientist, Discovery Structural Chemistry, Dept R467, Bldg AP10, Room 314, 1 North Waukegan Road, North Chicago, IL 60064-6101, Office: (847) 937-4894, Cell: (847) 970-1309, E-Mail: robert.w.johnson@abbvie.com, web: www.abbvie.com.
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FACULTY POSITIONS/TEMPORARY FACULTY/ACADEMIC POSITIONS
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POSTDOCTORAL POSITIONS AND/OR JOBS
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Please submit all newsletter information or address changes to: goldade@chem.wisc.edu or 262-0293. Thanks.
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