At the age of 16, Lawrence Angel believed he would not need a higher education degree to make a living in the United Kingdom. Nonetheless, he found himself struggling to get by until he was hired at a photography shop where he became motivated to further his education. At the age of 25, Angel started his return to higher education, completing an environmental and life sciences access course which prepared him for studies in environmental chemistry with North American Studies at Sussex University. This set him on a path of learning, exploration and research that continues to this day. In his short time at A&M-Commerce, Angel has contributed a great deal to the university, conducting research in instrumental analysis and high-performance computation modeling. He has also received several grants to continue his chemistry research.
Students and faculty representing the A&M-Commerce Department of Chemistry gave 12 presentations at the 78th American Chemical Society Southwest Regional Meeting held Nov. 6-9 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Drs. Laurence Angel, Bukuo Ni and Thomas West accompanied 14 students, including: Undergraduate students: Graduate students: Learn more about the American Chemical Society and the Department of […]
The A&M-Commerce Department of Chemistry is the recent recipient of a grant from The Welch Foundation, one of the nation’s largest private funding sources for chemical research at universities, colleges and other educational institutions in Texas. The foundation supports degree programs in chemistry, biochemistry or chemical engineering. The foundation’s departmental grant program will award A&M-Commerce […]