Ludmilla Aristilde of the University of California at Berkeley will lead a seminar on “Chemodynamics and Reactivity of Flouroquinolone Antibiotics with Soil Components: Implications for Environmental Risk Assessment” on Friday, April 20 at 12:20 p.m. in 131 Marcus Hall.
WFCR reporter Karen Brown’s radio documentary, “A Burden to be Well: Sisters and Brothers of the Mentally Ill,” has won awards from the Association of Women in Radio and Television and the Association of Health Care Journalists.
Chemistry graduate student Brian Jordan has been awarded an IBM Ph.D. Fellowship by IBM Corporation. The award provides a $17,500 stipend as well as tuition and academic fees for one year, with the opportunity for renewal for a total of three years.
AMHERST, Mass. – Is Western Massachusetts ready to respond to a major public health emergency? Officials will put the question to the test on Thursday, April 12 as the region participates in an emergency readiness drill simulating a large-scale outbreak of bacterial meningitis.