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Splash at Northwestern: March 2nd, 2024!


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HALEY WELLMAN, NU Senior studying Chemistry




College: Northwestern University

Major: Chemistry/ French

Year of Graduation: 2022

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Brief Biographical Sketch:

Haley Wellman is an undergraduate at Northwestern studying romance languages and chemistry. She has worked in the Stupp Laboratory on various research projects for the past three years. This past summer, she spent 3 months in Switzerland as an Ambassador for Science and Technology where she did research at ETH Zurich on the ThinkSwiss Fellowship. When she is not studying or listening to french music, you can find her biking along the lakefront or reading in the Shakespeare garden on campus.



Past Classes

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S561: Surpaman: Clarke Kent Explores Self Assembly in Splash 2022 (Apr. 02, 2022)
Supramolecular structures are the hidden legos that build together our society. There are tons of applications for these compounds, as well as morphologies that they can conform to. Come ride along with Clarke Kent while he discovers the novel and exciting world of self assembled materials, peptide amphiphiles, and molecular weaves.


S548: The FUNdamentals of Organic Chemistry in Splash 2020 Fall (Online) (Nov. 14, 2020)
Organic chemistry is a very looming and intimidating subject that scares undergrads. This crash course will introduce you to basic concepts in organic chemistry, provide basic study tips, and show its everyday applications! This class is great for anyone who wants to learn or solve problems. Many students do not know what organic chemistry even consists of. No need to have an extensive background in chemistry, or even a desire to pursue STEM. The purpose of this fun course is to provide a general understanding of what organic chemistry is- and how it can be FUN!