Presentations: Wekesa, “Acid Cleaning of Corrosive Kraft Digesters and Evaporators”, Second Annual Research Conference Enhancing Teaching in the 21st Century Though Research, Baltimore, MD 2009.
Awards: Faculty Research Mini-Grant June 2010.
Dr. Uddin has been chosen to present his solar cell work at the Low Carbon Earth Summit-2011 (LCES-2011) and he will also be a co-organizer of the Track 7-1-13: Miniature Solar Cells with a theme of “Leading Green Economy, Returning to the Harmony Nature”, which will be held during October 19-26, 2011 at World Exposition Center, Dalian, China.
Dr. Mintesinot Jiru and student Britney Chase presented a paper entitled “Urban Survival: a community-based model for Environmental and Nutritional Security” on the Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities 2009 Conference that was held at Widener University in Pennsylvania from October 11 - 13, 2009.
Dr. Mintesinot Jiru and students (Zainab Boone-Kukoyi, Shenia Turner, Moswen Maxwell), presented a paper entitled “Coal plantations: Impact on ecosystem sustainability and human health” on the Second Faculty Annual Research Conference.
Dr. Jamal Uddin served as a members of the External Advisory Board for Morgan’s NSF-RISE program
Dr. Jamal Uddin received a Department of Defense/TEDCO Maryland Technology Development Corporation grant in the amount of $81,000 for his Hybrid Solar Cell Program.
The manuscript by Dr. Jamal Uddin and Dr. Fred Amah, et al., "A review of the contribution of Electron transfer reactions in the quenching of photo-excited Ru( 2,2'- bipyridine - 4,4'- dicarboxylate)34 - with CoL33+ or MV2+ ( L: 2,2'- bipyridine, 2,2': 6,6'-terpyridine or ethylenediamine)" has been accepted for publication at the “International Journal of Academic Research”, Baku, Azerbaijan. It is scheduled to be published on September 28, 2009.
Dr. Jamal Uddin received two mini grants: FITC Teaching and Learning Research Impact and FRDC Research (5-27-2009).
Dr. Mintesinot Jiru received a CSU Technology grant 5-2009.
Dr. Moses Wekesa received a CSU Technology grant 5-2009.
Dr. Carmelle Rogers received a CSU Technology Usage Award for having the highest number of TurnItIn grademarked assignments during academic year 2008-2009.
Dr. Carmelle Rogers attended the Tegrity Annual Conference in San Francisco June 9-13, 2009.
Dr. Mintesinot Jiru, Dr. Carmelle Rogers, and Dr. Moses Wekesa served as judges for the 2nd Annual Innovative STEM Conference April 2-4, 2009.
Dr. Alfred N. Amah, Associate Professor and Coordinator of Chemistry Programs in the Department of Natural Sciences has been invited to attend the 41st Annual Meeting of the Liberian Studies Association (LSA) which takes place in Monrovia , Liberia from May 13-15, 2009. Dr. Amah is expected to present a paper and discussion on “Recent Developments and Uses of Tegrity Technologies in Teaching and Learning Chemistry in the Department of Natural Sciences at Coppin State University” with the hope of introducing this Tegrity Technology in two of Liberia’s higher institutions of learning: the University of Liberia and Cuttington University.
February 27 - March 2 2009, over 12,000 students and faculty from around the world convened a Power shift '09 conference at the D.C. Convention Center demanding the President and Congress rebuild the economy by passing bold, just climate and energy policy that prioritizes renewable energy and green jobs.
This was a conference filled with most energetic and committed individuals. Coppin took part in this historic gathering by sending its students and faculty.
Drs. Jiru and Uddin coordinated Coppin's participation on the conference.
(Contributed by Dr. Jiru)
Dr. Jamal Uddin received a Coppin State University Travel Award to attend the Inter-American Photochemical Society 19th Winter Conference, January 2-5, 2009 in St. Petersburg, Florida. Dr. Uddin attended the conference and presented his research titled, "Photoinduced Electron Transfer Quenching and Sugar Effects on the Electrostatic Interaction Between an Anionic Ru(II) Complex and Cationic Bipyridinium Derivatives Functionalized with Boronic Acids".
Dr. Jamal Uddin served as a judge for the 15th Annual Undergraduate and Graduate Research Symposium at Morgan State University, April, 2008.
Dr. Jamal Uddin’s research, "A study of the contribution of electron transfer reactions in the quenching photo-excited Ruthenium(II) by Cobalt (III) Complexes Using Laser Spectroscopy" has been accepted for presentation at the First Annual Faculty Research Conference at Coppin State University to be held on October 17, 2008, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Dr. Jamal Uddin has been accepted on the Editorial Review Board for the Scientific Journal International.
Dr. Jamal Uddin attended the American Chemical Society 236th National Meeting from August 17 – 21, 2008 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Dr. Uddin presented a poster titled, "Electron transfer quenching reaction of photoexcited Ru(II) by Co(III) complexes: A study in solution and crystal using Laser Spectroscopy".
Dr. Carmelle Rogers served as an invited panelist to the National Science Foundation Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Program at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado.
The REU Science Program held an alumni panel and poster presentation on July 30-31, 2008.
Congratulations to Dr. Roy Puthenpurackel for publication of "Effect of Ayurveda Treatment on Triglyceride Level: A Pilot Study".
This paper was also accepted for poster presentation at the 2nd International Conference on Hypertension, Lipids, Diabetes, & Stroke Prevention, in Prague, Czech Republic, March 6-8, 2008.
Congratulations to Dr. Roy Puthenpurackel for presentation of his research entitled, "A Comparative Study of BMI of Vegan and Nornvegan Diet in Teens", at the American Heart Association Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis and Vascular Biology Annual Conference in Atlanta, Georgia from April 16-18, 2008.
Dr. Alfred Amah will be travelling to the University of Toledo to attend the 40th Annual Conference of the Liberian Studies Association (LSA) which will take place from March 28-29, 2008. He will deliver a presentation on "The Use of Tegrity and Web Enhance Technologies in Teaching and leaning of Science in New Liberia".
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Dr. Jamal Uddin will be attending the 2008 NanoMaterials for Defense Conference from April 21-24 in Arlington, VA.