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Spotlight: Jessica Belton '13

Jessica Belton '13 M.S.





















 

B.S. Cum Laude Chemistry & Forensics May 2010 Virginia Commonwealth University
MS Chemistry January 2013 The College of William & Mary

Thesis

Supervisor: Gary W. Rice 

Title: Electroless Gold Deposition with Self-Assembled Monolayers for Gas Chromatography Stationary Phase

Why W&M for graduate work?

W&M was recommended to me by various professors and forensic professionals as a great fit for me academically and professionally.

Best aspect of the M.S. program?

The opportunity to do research throughout my entire graduate career. I strongly believe the research-based thesis program has provided the best preparation for entering a professional career.

Current plans

I am currently employed as a Mass Spec Lab Technologist with Health Diagnostic Laboratory, Inc in Richmond, Virginia. Long term I would like to work in controlled substance forensics. I may return to school for a PhD in Toxicology.