Previous Sylvia M. Stoesser Lecturers

2021-22 Stoesser lecture poster


Dr. Regina Easley
Research Chemist, National Institute of Standards and Technology

Journeys in Chemical Oceanography and Metrology
Event brochure



2019 Stoesser Lecture Poster2018-2019

Dr. Esther Tristani
Senior Scientist at Burt's Bees

From Bleach to Bees: One Chemist’s Path to A Sweet Life




2017-2018 Stoesser Poster2017-2018

Linda McGill-Boasmond
President and CEO, Cedar Concepts Corporation

The Chemistry of making things "Matter"




2017 Stoesser Poster2016-2017

Dr. Gayle Schueller
Vice President, New Platforms - Growth & Commercialization, 3M Company

Materials and Technical Innovation for Relevance in a Changing World




2015 Stoesser Poster 2015-2016

Dr. Kathrin U. Jansen
Senior Vice President and Head of Vaccine Research and Development, Pfizer

Vaccines: The Past, Present and Future




2014 Stoesser Poster 2014-2015

Dr. Nancy B. Jackson
Franklin Fellow, U.S. Department of State

Abstract of lecture
Science Going Global: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly



2014 Stoesser Poster 2013-2014

Dr. Rina Dukor
President and CEO, BioTools, Inc.

Probing Structure of Chiral Drugs and Biomolecules with Vibrational Optical Activity (VOA)




2012 Stoesser Poster 2012-13
Ann Weber
Merck Research Laboratories

Adventures in Drug discovery: Development of JANUVIA® for Type 2 Diabetes




2011 Stoesser Poster 2011-12
Catherine (Katie) Hunt
Dow Chemical

Bridging the Gap, Transforming the Future: Education, Collaboration, Innovation!




2010 Stoesser Poster 2010-11
Victoria Haynes
RTI International

Challenges and Opportunities for 21st Century Chemists




2009 Stoesser Poster 2009-10
Jennifer Holmgren

Creating a Sustainable Biofuels Infrastructure




2008 Stoesser Poster2008-09
Ellen Stechel
Sandia National Laboratories





2007 Stoesser Poster 2007-2008
Sarah Kelly
Pfizer Global Research & Development

Research Based Pharmaceutics: Challenges, Changes and Opportunities




2006 Stoesser Poster 2006-07
Madeleine Jacobs
American Chemical Society (ACS)

Globalization and the Changing Face of the Scientific Enterprise: Is the World Really Flat?




2005 Stoesser Poster 2005-06
Marquita Qualls

Exploring the Chemical Dynamics of an HBCU to the Global Workplace: A Possible and Plausible Transition




2003 Stoesser Poster 2003-04
Lynn Schneemeyer
National Science Foundation

A Life of Discovery: Searching for New Materials




2002 Stoesser Poster 2002-03
Joan Berkowitz
Farkas, Berkowitz & Company (FBC)

From Pariah to Pioneer




2001 Stoesser Poster 2001-02
Valerie Kuck
Bell Laboratories, Lucent Technologies

Women and Chemistry: a Good Mix, Except in Academia




Complete list of Sylvia Stoesser Lecturers (pdf)