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  • Theoretical Thermobiochemistry of Simplified Furin Substrate Molecular Models Of Sars Covid-2 Prototype (A.1/B.1), Alpha (B.1.1.7), Delta (A.23.1), And Omicron (B.1.1.529) Variants At S1/S2.Ariana Coley, Collin Tolbert, Marianny Moreta, *Kamiel Beckley & *Insu Frank Hahn, *Dept. of Chemistry & Biochemistry and Dept. of Biology, Hampton University.  
  • Computational Approximations of Mutated Molecules Of Sars Covid-2 Spike Proteins At S1/S2.  Sydney Jamison, Seker S. Ebron, *Markenya A. Gatling, Rabera O. Myers & *Insu Frank Hahn, *Dept. of Chemistry & Biochemistry and Dept. of Biology, Hampton University.

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Hampton University Chemistry Education and Mentorship Program (HU-ChEM )

Our three-year National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS) and Diversity Program Consortium (DPC) funded program aims to increase students’ persistence in STEM by turning 1st-year gatekeeper Chemistry courses into bridges to success. We will achieve this goal via three evidence-based interventions.

  1. HU-ChEM SCALE-UP deploys innovative active learning chemistry using the Student-Centered Active Learning Environment with Upside-down Pedagogies (SCALE-UP)
  2. HU-ChEM CUREs stimulates science identity and increase the STEM persistence of diverse students with an early introduction to research experiences through Course-based Undergraduate Research Experiences.
  3. HU-ChEM Faculty Development enhances the training of chemistry faculty in cultural competency, research, and mentorship.


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