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Spotlight: Jason Safko '12

Jason Safko '12 M.S.

B.S. Chemistry 2010 Christopher Newport University
M.S. Chemistry 2012 William & Mary

Thesis

Supervisor: Robert D. Pike

Title: Luminescent nitrogen and sulfur adducts of Cul disubstituted piperazine complexes

Why W&M for graduate work?

I was able to obtain a graduate degree without relocating.

Best aspect of the M.S. program?

I was given a lot of responsibility as an M.S. degree candidate.

Current plans

I recently accepted a position as a research chemist with Carpenter Co. in Richmond, VA.