Posts Tagged ‘Chemistry’

Med Lab Students Discover Secret to Thriving in High-Stress Environments

Med Lab Students Discover Secret to Thriving in High-Stress Environments
Calm under pressure. Cool customers. Unfazed in high-stress environments. Mount Mercy seniors Amanda Walker Mikita and Sossity Davis embody these characteristics. They are required to be: it’s their job. As Medical Laboratory Science interns with St. Luke’s Hospital in Cedar Rapids, Mikita and Davis...
Spring 2012 | Academics | Read More

Opening doors to research possibilities

Opening doors to research possibilities
Mount Mercy University students will have even greater opportunities to pursue research and collaborate with faculty on research projects thanks to the new Undergraduate Research Laboratory, funded in part by a $125,000 grant from the Roy J. Carver Charitable Trust. With additional contributions from...
Summer 2011 | Academics | Read More

Long-time chemistry professor hangs up lab coat

Long-time chemistry professor hangs up lab coat
Chemistry professor Zinnia Lim, Ph.D., retired in Spring 2010 — leaving a legacy of more than 40 years of dedicated service. Lim, chair of the Chemistry Department since 1976, had a reputation for developing a robust department. “While a tough professor, Dr. Lim was always fair and understanding,”...
Fall 2010 | On Campus | Read More