Congratulations to Aaron! His study of a new nickel-catalyzed decarboxylative arylation reaction was accepted to ACS Catalysis!
The group welcomes Oliver, a postdoctoral scholar, to the group.
Congratulations to Li, a former postdoc, who recently accepted an Assistant Professorship at Ningbo Institute of Industrial Technology!
The Group welcomes Justin, a summer REU student who is joining us from The College of New Jersey!
an NSF GRF. Nice work Ellen!
Congratulations to Rob who received the Outstanding TA Award. Nice work Rob!
Congratulations to Sierra who was awarded a SURE fellowship to conduct research with our group this summer!
Congratulations to Ellen Aguilera, a former Hoover group member now at U Michigan, who recently received
The group welcomes Sierra, an undergraduate researcher, to the group.
Congratulations to Li! His decarboxylative trifluoromethylthiolation work was accepted to Org. Lett.!
Our work on copper and silver complexes for decarboxylative coupling was accetped to Org. Chem. Frontiers. Congratulations to Andreas, Katie, and Ellen!
Our mini-review on the mechanistic aspects of copper-catalyzed decarboxylative coupling reactions was published in Comments on Inorganic Chemistry!
Our work exploring the reactivity of isonitriles wtih tripodal iron complexes was accepted to Organometallics. Congratulations to Anitha, Andreas, and Carl!
The group welcomes Garrett, and first year graduate student, to the group.
The group wishes Bhasker the best of luck in Texas on the next stage of his journey!
Congratulations to Aaron who successfully defended his original research proposal!
The group wishes John the best of luck on his next chapter in Minnesota!
Congratulations to Caitlin who was honored for all of her hard with this summer with a second place award in the physical sciences division of the undergraduate research symposium!
Congratulations to John who successfully defended his Master's thesis!
Congratulations to Li. His paper on the aerobic decarboxylative thiolation was accepted to Chem Commun!
The group welcomes Carl and Caitlin, two new undergraduate researchers, to the group!
Congratulations to Katie and Ellen who graduated last weekend! Best of luck to you both!
Best of luck to Anitha who's starting her next chapter in the Milsmann group!
Congratulations to Katie for her Fulbright scholarship for next year! [Read more here]
The group welcomes Jiaqi, a new first year graduate student, to the group!
The group did an outstanding job hosting a Thanksgiving lunch for our departmental staff!
We are grateful to the ACS for awarding us a PRF grant in support of our work on Fe promoted CNR reductive coupling!
Rob, a first year graduate student joins the group. Welcome Rob!
The group welcomes undergraduates Ellen and Stephen to the group!
The group welcomes Andreas, a visiting scholar from Fairmont State University, to the group!
Congratulations to Lijun, Lin, and Katie. Their work on the copper-catalyzed decarboxylative coupling was just accepted to Chem Comm!
The group gathers at Krepps park for our annual cookout.
Katie and Elliot did a great job presenting their summer research at the SURE Symposium, and Congratulations to Katie for being recognized as one of the top three posters in the Physical Sciences!
The group welcomes Li, a new postdoctoral researcher to the group!
We welcome Bhaskar, a new postdoctoral researcher to the group!
The group welcomes Elliot, a summer SURE undergraduate researcher, to the group!
The group welcomes Colin, an undergraduate Chemistry major, to the group!
Congratulations to Lijun and Lin who both successfully defended their Masters theses!
The group is grateful to the NSF for a CAREER Award to support our work on copper catalyzed oxidative decarboxylative coupling reactions!
The group welcomes Katie, an undergraduate chemistry major, to the group!
The group welcomes Aaron, a first year graduate student!
Both Lin's poster and Jessica's talk at the Pittsburgh ACS meeting were very well received!
The regional ACS meeting in Pittsburgh is coming up! Lin will be presenting a poster and Jessica was invited to give a talk and chair the Cope Symposium. Hope to see you there!
The group gathers at Jessica & Buzz's house for the annual group cookout!
Both Hoover group talks at the San Francisco ACS meeting were very well received!
The San Francisco ACS Meeting is coming up!
Anitha and Jessica will be presenting our groups research and Jessica will be chairing the Wednesday morning "New Reactions and Methodology" session.
Corrie presented her research at the Summer Undergraduate Research Symposium!
The NRCCE supports our research with a Shale Gas Flash Funding Grant. Read More
Congratulations to Zach who graduated with 2014 Order of Augusta.
Congratulations to Corrie who is supported with a WVU SURE research position for the summer.
Congratulations to Alex who presented her research poster at the 247th ACS Meeting in Dallas.
The Hoover Lab welcomes three new undergraduate students to the group: Corrie, Torie, and Sam.
The Hoover Lab welcomes two new first year students to the group, Lin and Shulong.
The Hoover Lab welcomes Shaylyn, and undergraduate researcher, to the group.
The group gathers at Jessica and Buzz's house for the first annual group cookout!
Congratulations to Alex who won the Best Poster in the Physical Sciences and Engineering division of the Summer Undergraduate Research Symposium!
The Hoover Lab welcomes Anitha, a new postdoctoral researcher from the University of Kentucky.
Congratulations to Alex who is supported with an Honors SURE research position for the summer.
The group welcomes Zach, and undergraduate researcher, to the group for the summer.
The group welcomes Ray, a first-year graduate student, to the group.
Our lab is awarded a Brodie Discovery and Innovation Award
The Hoover Lab welcomes Alex, an undergraduate researcher, to the group.
The Hoover Lab welcomes Lijun, a first-year graduate student, to the group.
The Hoover Lab welcomes it's first member, John, a first-year graduate student, to the group!
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