Heading Back

Atul heads back to India after an exciting summer of research and adventure made possibe via the UARE program - safe travels!

Welcome Atul from IIT Kharagpur!

We welcome undergraduate research assistant and University of Alberta Reseach Exchange (UARE) participant Atul Goyal from IIT Kharagpur. He is also a recipient of an UARE fellowship for the summer - Congrats! 

Welcome Bryden 2016 ICE Participant!

We welcome undergraduate research assistant and Inorganic Chemistry Exchange participant Bryden Hughton from USask Chemistry. She is also a recipient of an NSERC USRA fellowship for the summer - Congrats! 

Lexi is heading to Syncrude

Our undergraduate research assistant Lexi G. will be doing a 1 year Chemistry COOP with Syncrude Canada in Edmonton, AB.  Good luck on your new adventure!

New Postdoc!

The Michaelis Group Welcomes Dr. Alex Faucher to the Team!

Welcome Michelle and Lexi

The Michaelis Group is excited to announce our two undergraduate research students Michelle and Lexi for Winter 2016!

Chemistry Graduate Student Information Night

Thursday January 7th, 2016  - 6 to 10 PM

Info Session: 6 pm  (E3-25): Graduate Student Info Session, Q & A with Prof. McDermott, Faculty Short Talks on Research, Lab and Facility Tours

Faculty / Student Mixer: 8 pm (Dewey's): Interact with Faculty and Current Graduate Students Discussing Research Opportunities


CFL Champs

Congrats to the Edmonton Eskimos - CFL's 103rd Grey Cup Champions!!

Michaelis Research Group website created!

Dr. Vladimir Michaelis will be joining the Department of Chemistry as an Assistant Professor starting January 2016!

ICE Program Information

APPLICATIONS ARE DUE Monday, November 2, 2015

The Inorganic Chemistry Exchange program offers summer employment opportunities to undergraduate students in chemistry, who will have completed the equivalent of two or three full years of study as of May 2016. Up to 6 qualified candidates from across Canada are awarded employment as a summer research assistant at an institution other than their own, in the laboratory of one of these ICE faculty members: