The Donahue Research Group at the University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg, MS.
Nicholas G. Jentsch, G4
Nick was born in Missouri and raised in St. Louis where he completed his high school education in 2008. He attended Missouri University of Science and Technology where he earned the ACS Certified B.S. degree in chemistry in 2013. During his undergraduate education he participated in a 6 month internship in Spruce Pine, NC as a coatings application specialist with Unimin Corporation. After graduation he entered the graduate program at USM joining the Donahue Research Group in the Spring of 2014. Upon completion of his research prospectus, he has been investigating new methods for carbon-nitrogen bond formation and strategies for the synthesis of alkaloids.
Emily B. Crull, G1
Emily was born in 1994 in Syracuse, NY and grew up outside of Doylestown, PA. At Cedar Crest College, under Dr. Jeanne Berk and Dr. Lawrence Quarino, she worked on the synthesis of a bisazo dye for the purpose of trace metal detection. She earned an A.C.S. accredited B.S. with a double major in Chemistry and Forensic Science from Cedar Crest College in 2016. When not in the lab, she enjoys reading and drawing. She joined the group in 2016 after completing her rotations.