Welcome to Donaldson Research Group
The Donaldson group attended this year's ECC, with Laura, Heather and Liron giving presentations on Day 1 and Day 2 of the mini-conference. ECC is a student run event where graduate students present their work over the past academic year to their peers and faculty. This is also the time of year when committee meetings (for PhDs and also Masters students) occur. If you are interested in learning a little bit about ECC, and getting an idea about what types of research are happening in the Environmental Chemistry Department at the University of Toronto, you can check out Laura's collection of live tweets from ECC XVIII (https://twitter.com/lstirchak/status/1007262577313943554). Congrats to all three students for some fabulous presentations.
Today Jessica Clouthier has officially graduated from the University of Toronto (and our group) with a Master's degree in Environmental Chemistry. We shall miss Jessica and we wish her the best in her future endevours. Jessica will be joining the Cora Young group at York University as a PhD student starting in September 2018.Congratulations again Jessica!
Jamie and Jessica attended the 101st Canadian Chemistry Conference, which was held in Edmonton, Alberta from May 27th to 31st. Jamie gave a talk entitled: Atmospheric chemistry in single levitated droplet, while Jessica presented a poster entitled: Ammonium’s Impact on Phase Changes in Urban Grime. Congrats Jamie and Jessica!
Congratulations to Laura, who successfully completed her oral comprehensive exam on March 28!
The Donaldson group was featured in the Chemistry Instagram over the week of March 19-23, 2018. You can see the results here:
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