• December 2021
    CSU Council on Ocean Affairs, Science and Technology (COAST) is pleased to announce the Stan State COAST Undergraduate Student Research Support Program 2021-2022 Academic Year
    Learn more about this opportunity & apply!
  • April 2021
    Congratulations Aliz!! She will be participating in the REU program at the University of Cincinnati. 
  • March 2021
    Congratulations Cristian!! He was offered and accepted an opportunity for the Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship program at Mayo Clinic. 
  • January 2021
    The Alemán group has been awarded a CSU Stanislaus Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity (RSCA) Grant to identify and quantize natural pigments in petals of tall bearded black irises by Raman spectroscopy.

  • May 2020
    Congratulations to all the group members graduating this year!!!! Harjot (BS, Biology), Parjot (BS, Biology), Navneet (BS, Biology), Harmandeep (BS, Biology), Simranjeet (BS, Biology), and Josilene (BS, Computer Science). Good luck, everyone!

  • May 2019
    Congratulations! to José (BS in Chemistry) and Navdeep (BS in Biology). Great job! José has been accepted into the Ph.D. programs at the University of Southern California (Physical Chemistry). Congratulations! I am very proud of you!
  • March 2019
    The Alemán Research Group is very proud of the great job done by José at the CSU Stanislaus Research Competition. Congratulations José (2nd place) for your award. Good luck! He will be representing our campus at the CSU Research Competition at CSU Fullerton.
José receiving award from Provost Kim Greer
2019 CSU Stanislaus Delegates for the CSU Research Competition
José receiving award

  • September 2018
    Congratulations to José! He was awarded a SERCA Mini-Grant to support his research project. Congratulations!!
  • May 2018
    Congratulations! to Chris, Jonathan, Joseph (BS in Chemistry), Robyn Raker (BA, Chemistry), and Efraín (BS in Computer Science). Good luck!
  • Update April 2020:
    Joseph has been accepted into the PhD programs at Purdue University (Physical Chemistry). Congratulations!!! I am very proud of you!!
  • March 2018
    The Department of Chemistry was proudly represented by Chris and Joseph at the 255th ACS National Meeting & Expo in New Orleans. They gave a talk about their outreach activities as officers of the Warriors Chemistry Club. Great Job!!

  • December 2017
    The Alemán group has been awarded a CSU Stanislaus Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity (RSCA) Grant to perform chemistry computational calculations and molecular modeling to identify possible sites where solvent molecules can interact with free-base triphenylcorrole.
  • October 2017
    Congratulations to Chris, Jonathan, and Joseph! They were awarded a SERCA Travel Grant to attend and present their research at the ACS National Meeting in New Orleans. Congratulations!
  • September 2017
    Congratulations to Chris and Joseph! They were awarded a SERCA Mini-Grant to support their research projects. Congratulations!
  • May 2017
    Congratulations! to Guadalupe (BS in Chemistry) and Connor (BS in Computer Science). Great job! 
  • March 2017
    The Alemán group was proudly represented by Guadalupe Calvillo at the Stan State 31st Research Competition. Guadalupe won 2nd Place in the Undergradaute Natural Science Session. Good Job, Guadalupe!
  • April 2017
    Congratulations to José!! He has been selected to participate in the CSU-LSAMP Summer Research & Global Awarness Program in Havana, Cuba. Congratulations to Guadalupe!! She has been selected to participate in the internship program at Delicato Family Vineyards.

  • December 2016
    The Alemán group has been awarded a CSU Stanislaus Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity (RSCA) Grant to study the Photophysical, Electrochemical, and Spectroelectrochemical proerties of substituted free-base corrole.
  • November 2016
    Congratulations to José and Joseph! They were awarded a SERCA Mini-Grant for their research projects. Congratulations!
  • May 2016
    Congratulations! to Forrest, Stephanie, Jared, Romel, and Jing (BS in Chemistry). Great job! 
    Congratulations to Forrest and Jing! They have been accepted into the Ph.D. programs at Ohio State University (Physical Chemistry) and University of Washington (Analytical Chemistry), respectively. 
  • April 2016
    Congratulations, Forrest! 2nd Place at CSU State Research Competition. We are very proud of you!
    Congratulations to Stephanie and husband for the arrival of their son Lucas.
    Congratulations! to José. He has received a MACES fellowship to participate in an undergraduate research program this summer at the University of California Merced. Have fun, José!
Forrest at the 2016 CSU Research Competition
2016 CSU Research Competition
Student with award
Second place award
  • March 2016
    The Alemán Research Group is very proud of the great job done by Forrest, Jing, and Guadalupe at the CSU Stanislaus Research Competition. Congratulations Forrest (1st place) and Jing (third place) for their awards. Good luck Forrest! He will be representing our campus at the CSU Research Competition in San Bernardino. 

  • December 2015
    The Alemán group has been awarded a CSU Stanislaus Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity (RSCA) Grant to study the Kinked Structure in UV Damaged DNA.
  • November 2015
    Congratulations to Jing! He has been awarded a SERCA Mini-Grant for her research work to study DNA bending in CPD damaged DNA.
  • October 2015
    Nobel Prize in Chemistry: "for mechanistic studies of DNA repair"
    Congratulations to Forrest! He has been awarded a SERCA Travel Grant to present his research work at the ACS Western Regional Meeting in San Marcos, CA.
  • September 2015
    Congratulations to Forrest! He has been awarded a SERCA Undergraduate Assistantship to study the spectroelectrochemical properties and solvent effect on the tautomerism of free-base carrole.
  • May 2015
    Congratulations! to Anthony and Brett (BS in Chemistry) and Silvia (BA in Chemistry).

  • December 2014
    The Alemán group has been awarded a CSU Stanislaus Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity (RSCA) Grant to characterize the spectroelectrochemical properties of free base corroles.
  • October 2014
    Nobel Prize in Chemistry: "for the development of super-resolved fluorescence microscopy"
    Special congratulations to, now Nobel laureate, Dr. William E. Moerner for his contribution developing the field of Single-Molecule Fluorescence Microscopy. Bravo!
  • August 2014
    Congratulations to Stephanie and husband for the arrival of their beautiful daughter Elena.
  • May 2014
    Congratulations! to Monica and Nathalie (BS in Chemistry) and Brey (BA in Chemistry).
  • March 2014
    Congratulations, Stephanie and Nathalie!! 2nd and 3rd place, respectively, in the CSU Stanislaus Student Research Competition.
  • January 2014
    Congratulations! to Monica. She has accepted a position in the 2014 France/Belgium iREU program. Succès, Monica!

  • December 201
    The Alemán group has been awarded a CSU Stanislaus Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity (RSCA) Grant to study structural conformational changes in UV-damaged DNA.
  • May 2013
    Congratulations! to Matthew and Maria, BS in Chemistry, and to Nikki, BA in Chemistry April 2013: 
    Congratulations, Xochitl!! She has been accepted to the graduate program in Physical Chemistry in the Department of Chemistry at the University of California Merced. 
  • March 2013
    Congratulations, Maria!!! She has been accepted to the graduate program in Physical Chemistry in the Department of Chemistry at University of California Davis. 
    Congratulations, Matthew!! 4th place in the CSU Stanislaus Student Research Competition.

  • December 2012
    The Alemán group has been awarded a CSU Stanislaus Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity (RSCA) Grant to study the tautomerization of free-base corrole
  • June 2012
    The National Science Foundation (NSF) awarded a Research Starter Grant for support of our project to study the repair mechanism of T4 endo V using single moleucle fluorescence.
  • May 2012
    Dr. Alemán has received the CSUPERB New Investigator Grant to develop a single-molecule assay to study the base flipping mechanism of DNA repair enzymes.
    Congratulations! to Xochitl, BS in Chemistry
  • January 2012
    The Alemán group has been awarded a Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity (RSCA) Grant to characterize the fluorescence properties of different fluorescent-base-analog to study DNA base flipping.

Updated: February 18, 2022