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Spotlight: John-Andrew Hocker BS '10, MS '12

John-Andrew Hocker '10, '12

B.S. Chemistry 2010 William & Mary
M.S. Chemistry 2012 William & Mary

Thesis

Supervisor: David E. Kranbuehl

Title: The role of small carbozyclic acids during poly(amide)11 hyudrolysis

Why W&M for graduate work?

Flexibility to improve my academic credentials through part-time study in the M.S. program.

Best aspect of the M.S. program?

Supportive faculty

Current Plans: 

I am currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Applied Science at the College of William & Mary. Long-term I plan to seek employment in the chemical industry.