JANUARY 11, 2021: Welcome to a new chemistry undergraduate student to the Berry lab, Kyle Hanauska!!! Kyle will be working on electronic structure modeling with Michael Roy!!!!
NOVEMBER 20, 2020: Welcome to our newest graduate student, Samantha Stegman!!! Samantha will be working on the synthesis of heterometallic complexes containing lanthanides!
SEPTEMBER 14, 2020: A warm welcome to chemistry undergraduate Alex Pavelic to the Berry group!!! Alex will be working with Michael Trenerry on ammonia oxidation!
FEBRUARY 10, 2020: Welcome to Milton Acosta! Milton will be working on the synthesis of osmium paddlewheels!
JULY 24, 2019: Congratulations to Jill Chipman (#14) for her succesful thesis defense! Good luck out in Portland!
JUNE 20, 2019: Welcome to our REU student for the summer, Tavia Keating from Vanderbilt University!!
JUNE 15, 2019: A warm Wisconsin welcome to Alessio Nicolini, a visiting graduate student from Andrea Cornia's group at the University of Modena in Modena, Italy.
JUNE 12, 2019: Congratulations to Dan SantaLucia, Michael Roy, and Sungho Park for all passing their research proposals and achieving dissertator status!
APRIL 9, 2019: Congratulations to Michael Trenerry for receiving honorable mention for the NSF Graduate Fellowship!
APRIL 5, 2019: Welcome back Jill and John who both went to ACS Orlando! John presented several musical works while Jill gave a talk on inorganic spectroscopy and HEMACs!
JANUARY 8, 2019: Goodbye to Dr. Partha Halder as he heads back to India. Great work and safe travels!
NOVEMBER 15, 2018: Welcome to our two new first years! Trey Pankratz will be working on heterobimetallic iron compounds and Amelia Wheaton will pick up HEMACs from Jill
JULY 19, 2018 Congrats to Jill Chipman on her second paper highlighting her work on facile axial ligand substitutions on MoMoNi chains!
JULY 3, 2018 Congrats Dr. Pakula on a well deserved Inorganic Chemistry Communication on some unusual properties of palladium acetate. A well earned great job!
JUNE 22, 2018 John, Caleb, and Jill return from the Inorganic Gordon Conference in Biddeford, Maine! All areas of our work were well represented. Great job!