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NOBCChE 2016
On November 11, 2016 Dr. Linda Hayden attended the 43rd Annual National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers (NOBCChE) Conference as a representative of the Science Gateways Institute. Dr. Hayden is the Director of Elizabeth City State University's Center of Excellence in Remote Sensing Education and Research (CERSER) and leads the NSF Science Gateway Community Institute workforce development efforts. Her presentation can be foun here in PDF or PowerPoint format.

NOBCChE embodies the future of STEM and believes it is their responsibility to cultivate the next generation of STEM leaders who will solve the challenges of today and tomorrow. The theme for NOBCChE 2016 was "Paradigm Shift: Cultivating STEM Leadership to Solve Grand Challenges.”

1 SGCI-sponsored presentations were co-chaired by Dr. Sudhakar Pamidighantam and Dr. Linda Bailey Hayden. Presentations were be made by:
Chlorophenols Sorption on Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes: DFT Modeling Structure-Property Relationship Analysis
Marquita Watkins
Jackson State University
Nature of π-Stacking Interactions of Aromatic Nitro Compound Derivatives on Boron Nitride Nanosheets
Christopher Copeland

Jackson State University
Proton-coupled Electron Transfer in [C5H5N·(H2O)n = 3,4]¯
Kaye Archer
University of Pittsburgh
Paraphenylene Based Ruthenium (II) Polypyridyl Polymers: Computational and Processing Studies
Jamel White
North Carolina Central University

Dr. Pamidighantam,
Thank you!  Your personal, in person, 15 min tutorial today was extremely helpful.  How coincidental that we were both present at this year's NOBCChE conference.  My jobs are successfully completing on chemgrid now!  
Thank you, SO MUCH!  
Stefan M. Cooper, Jr., Ph.D.
Hampton University


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