Marylyn Creer- is a non-traditional student returning to school after the age of 50 majors in Chemistry. Ms. Creer was awarded the Presidential Scholarship, which covers expenses for regular school terms. Just recently she was recognized in the Decatur Daily Newspaper for being awarded the PEO Scholarship ($3,000), the United Methodist Women of First Methodist Church of Decatur Scholarship ($250) to assist her in attending Summer School. Ms. Creer is a model student and a great to follow. She has proven that one should never give up on their goal of attending college and attaining a Bachelor of Science Degree.
Taylor Hood- is a chemistry major from Gary, IN. She is a first generation college student. Since her arrival on the Hill, Ms. Hood has received numerous honors and awards:
Ms. Hood has a scientific publication entitled Building and Refining complete Nanoparticle Structures with total scattering data (J. Appl. Cryst. (2011) 44, 327-336).
Ms. Hood’s dream is to become a Forensic Scientist who urges scientific research and technological advancement to help improve the safety of the community.
Regina Williams - is a chemistry major from Montgomery, AL. Since her arrival on the Hill, Ms. Williams has received numerous honors and awards:
National Defense Industrial Association Scholarship
NOBCCHE’s Lubrizol Corporation Undergraduate Award
Lawrence Berkley National Laboratory Summer Internship Opportunity
Alabama Space Grant Consortium
Ms. Williams was afforded the opportunity to present her research performed during her summer internship at LBNL at the NOBBCHE Annual Conference in Houston, TX. The Lubrizol Corporation undergraduate award funded her travel, registration, and hotel costs to the conference. The title of her presentation was “Formation of Gas and Particulate Pollutants from Ozone reactions in ventilation systems.