Kachief Callender has joined the group. Welcome!
Nia, Jaquesta, Adebola, and Prof. Clayborne are attending the GRC for Atomically Precise Nanoclusters.
Adebola, Jaquesta, Nia, and Prof. Clayborne attended the NOBCChE conference in St. Louis, MO Nov. 18 – Nov. 21. Congratulations to Jaquesta and Nia on winning awards for best posters.
Adebola received recognition for outstanding academic achievement in Chemical Engineering. Congratulations!
Nyasia Davis has joined the research group. Welcome!
Prof. Clayborne attended the AFOSR HBCU Best Practices Workshop in Arlington, VA.
Nia Pollard, Adebola Adeagbo, and Jaquesta Adams received the Advancing Science Conference grant to attend the 2019 NOBCChE Meeting. Adebola and Jaquesta also received the ACS Bridge Travel Award to attend the conference. Congratulations!
Welcome Asif Mouhiddin and Sekou Rowe to the group.
The Clayborne Research Group has openings for at least two undergraduate research positions. Student Research Assistants will assist Prof. Andre Clayborne by performing research in the broad area of computational chemistry, computational nanoscience, and materials discovery. Reporting directly to Dr. Andre Clayborne, the Research Assistant will perform basic lab research while simultaneously gaining research experience. Additional responsibilities include, but are not limited to: performing basic computational simulations using theoretical techniques, writing scripts and or apps for simulations and analyses, compiling and analyzing computational results, provides status reports on specific aspects of work.
No experience in the area of computational chemistry or computer science is required. However, it is a plus. Interested students are encouraged to email their CV/resume along with a letter of interest in one PDF file to Prof. Clayborne. In the subject line, please type “Interest in Computational Chemistry Research Position”.
For more information about the research on-going in the Clayborne Research Group, please visit the research page or publications.
The Clayborne Research Group lab has moved from the Laser Chemistry Building to the Chemistry Building Room B-14 on Howard University’s campus.