Class of 2013
Rosemary Kanters is currently a chemistry Ph.D. student at the Pennsylvania State University. She graduated from Ohio University in 2013 with a major in chemistry and minor in meteorology. She grew up in North Lawrence, OH, and graduated with honors from Tuslaw High School in 2009. Rosemary enjoys hiking, camping, and traveling and is a part of the American Chemical Society and the American Meteorological Society, along with its local chapter. In Summer 2011, she conducted atmospheric aerosol research at the Pennsylvania State University as a part of the NSF’s Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program, and she spent Summer 2012 conducting similar research in the Chemical Sciences Division at NOAA’s Earth Systems Research Laboratory in Boulder, CO as a part of the Ernest F. Hollings Scholarship Program. Rosemary currently studies interfacial bonding between metal nanoparticles and transition metal oxide supports for catalysis purposes. After completing graduate school, Rosemary plans to conduct environmental research in industry or for a government organization.