Two students win prestigious awards from the American Chemical Society

Every summer, with the support from the Cross-Interdisciplinary Science Institute (X-SIG), Gettysburg College faculty members and students conduct many collaborative research projects. Those research projects expand across academic areas including chemistry, biology, physics, computer science, and psychology.

Recently, chemistry major Paige Ashey '21 and biochemistry and molecular biology major and studio art minor Jordyn Markle '22 won chemistry merit awards from the American Chemical Society for their 2019 X-SIG research projects.

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