Sterling Chemistry Laboratory 101st Anniversary Celebration & Alumni Connect

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    Kurt W. Zilm, William K. Lanman, Jr. Professor of Chemistry and Chair, gives welcome remarks (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Guests listening to the “Student, Staff, and Faculty Achievement” presentation by Professor Kurt W. Zilm in the Sterling Chemistry Laboratory Lecture Hall 110 (Photo by John Dempsey)
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    Tianyu Zhu, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, talks about quantum chemistry simulations of materials and interfaces (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Guests in Sterling Chemistry Laboratory Lecture Hall 110 (Photo by John Dempsey)
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    Amymarie Bartholomew, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, talks about modular molecular materials (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Guests in Sterling Chemistry Laboratory Lecture Hall 110 (Photo by John Dempsey)
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    Mark Johnson, Arthur T. Kemp Professor of Chemistry, speaks about the history of physical and biophysical chemistry at Yale (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Guests in Sterling Chemistry Laboratory Lecture Hall 110 (Photo by John Dempsey)
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    Scott Miller, Sterling Professor of Chemistry and recipient of The Wasserman Prize for Excellence in Teaching Undergraduate Chemistry (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Guests in Sterling Chemistry Laboratory Lecture Hall 110 (Photo by John Dempsey)
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    Stacy Malaker, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, gives a talk on mucins and mass spectrometry (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Scott Strobel, Provost and Henry Ford II Professor of Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry and Professor of Chemistry, gives an institutional perspective on the Sterling Chemistry Laboratory (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Guests in Sterling Chemistry Laboratory Lecture Hall 110 (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Peter Salovey ’83 M.S., ’84 M.Phil., ’86 Ph.D., President and Chris Argyris Professor of Psychology, gives an institutional perspective on the Sterling Chemistry Laboratory (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Guests in Sterling Chemistry Laboratory Lecture Hall 110 (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Lunch in the Sterling Chemistry Laboratory 1st-Floor Historic Hallway (Photo by John Dempsey)
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  • Andrew D. Hamilton, Professor of Chemistry and President Emeritus of New York University, with former students (Photo by John Dempsey)
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  • Lunch in the Sterling Chemistry Laboratory 1st-Floor Historic Hallway (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Chemistry Poster Session, Sterling Chemistry Teaching Labs Hallway (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Chemistry Poster Session, Sterling Chemistry Teaching Labs Hallway (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Chemistry Poster Session, Sterling Chemistry Teaching Labs Hallway (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Chemistry Poster Session, Sterling Chemistry Teaching Labs Hallway (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Chemistry Poster Session, Sterling Chemistry Teaching Labs Hallway (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Chemistry Poster Session, Sterling Chemistry Teaching Labs Hallway (Photo by John Dempsey)
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  • Chemistry Poster Session, Sterling Chemistry Teaching Labs Hallway (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Chemistry Poster Session, Sterling Chemistry Teaching Labs Hallway (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Chemistry Poster Session, Sterling Chemistry Teaching Labs Hallway (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Chemistry Poster Session, Sterling Chemistry Teaching Labs Hallway (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Facilities Group Tour (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • X-Ray Defractometer (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Yale Chemical and Biophysical Instrumentation Center (CBIC) (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Professor Zilm with Director of the CBIC and Chemistry alumnus Eric Paulson ’04 Ph.D. (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Facilities Group Tour (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Facilities Group Tour, Sterling Chemistry Teaching Labs (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Chemistry fume hoods and workbenches, Sterling Chemistry Teaching Labs (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Alumni Welcome Reception, Sterling Chemistry Library (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Chemistry graduate student and violinist Eleanor Stewart-Jones (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Chemistry graduate student and cellist Juan Serviano (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Alumni Welcome Reception, Sterling Chemistry Library (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Professors Robert Crabtree and Gary Brudvig, Alumni Welcome Reception, Sterling Chemistry Library (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Professor Emeritus Martin Saunders with former students (Photo by John Dempsey)
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  • Dinner, Sterling Chemistry Laboratory 2nd-Floor Hallway (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Professor Zilm giving remarks at dinner (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Dinner, Sterling Chemistry Laboratory 2nd-Floor Hallway (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Dinner, Sterling Chemistry Laboratory 2nd-Floor Hallway (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Dinner, Sterling Chemistry Laboratory 2nd-Floor Hallway (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Dinner, Sterling Chemistry Laboratory 2nd-Floor Hallway (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Dinner, Sterling Chemistry Laboratory 2nd-Floor Hallway (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Professor Zilm and wife Velma with alumna Priyanka Lahiri (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Dinner, Sterling Chemistry Laboratory 2nd-Floor Hallway (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Dinner, Sterling Chemistry Laboratory 2nd-Floor Hallway (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • Dinner, Sterling Chemistry Laboratory 2nd-Floor Hallway (Photo by John Dempsey)
  • AI panel speakers Michelle Lynn Gill ’06 Ph.D., Victor S. Batista, Jennifer Stauffer ’02 M.S, Jennifer Frederick ’99 Ph.D.

The Chemistry Department, alumni, and friends marked the 101st year since the opening of the Sterling Chemistry Laboratory in a celebration on Friday, May 10 and Saturday, May 11. The event included historical, guest speaker, and faculty research talks, a lunch, facilities tours , a student poster session, a picnic for the Chemistry community, and an alumni welcome reception and dinner. Special alumni activities continued into Saturday with a panel discussion and tours of Science Hill and West Campus.