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    • Photo D-518
    • Chemistry Department
    • 2000
    • Chemistry professor Dr. Tandy Grubbs (second from left) with the three students to take his first beer brewing class in spring 2000.


    • Photo D-266-2
    • Chemistry Department
    • 2008
    • Students from Dr. Grubbs' chemistry beer-brewing class, 'Brewing Science and Technology,' pose with chemistry professor Dr. John York (left), Dr. Tandy Grubbs (fourth from left), and the beer brew master winner, Michael Gostigian.


    • Photo D-266-5
    • Chemistry Department
    • 2008
    • Chemistry professor Dr. Tandy Grubbs lets students sample the goods in his spring 2008 beer brewing class, Chemistry 391, Brewing Science and Technology.


    • Photo D-352-13
    • Chemistry Department; Chemistry Laboratory
    • 2008
    • Dr. Tandy Grubbs mixes ingredients in his fall 2008 beer brewing class, Chemistry 391, Brewing Science and Technology.


    • Photo D-266-4
    • Chemistry Department
    • 2008
    • Chemistry professor Dr. Tandy Grubbs lets students sample the goods in his spring 2008 beer brewing class, Chemistry 391, Brewing Science and Technology.


    • Photo D-266-4
    • Chemistry Department
    • 2008
    • Chemistry professor Dr. Tandy Grubbs samples the goods in his spring 2008 beer brewing class, Chemistry 391, Brewing Science and Technology.


    • Photo D-266-6
    • Chemistry Department
    • 2008
    • Chemistry professor Dr. Tandy Grubbs lets students sample the goods in his spring 2008 beer brewing class, Chemistry 391, Brewing Science and Technology.


    • Photo D-266
    • Chemistry Department; Laboratory
    • 2008
    • Several carboys of beer ferment in Sage Hall as part of a chemistry beer-brewing class offered by Dr. Tandy Grubbs.


    • Memorabilia 4540
    •  
    • 2014
    • Round 'Green Stetson' button. The earth is attached to a green branch along with green leaves.


    • Memorabilia 5333
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    •  
    • Green Stetson University towel. Two towels.


    • Photo D-480
    • Chemistry Department
    • c. 1996
    • An improvised laser interferometer built by Dr. Tandy Grubbs in his lab. Work on this equipment led to published work on a laser interferometric method for measuring polymerization shrinkage in light cured dental restoratives.


    • Photo D-493-5
    • Chemistry Department
    • 2012
    • A turbo pump pumps down the inside of a new Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Spectrometer prior to adding cryogens. The NRM is located on the first floor of Sage Hall.


    • Photo D-493-3
    • Chemistry Department
    • 2012
    • Chemistry professor John York stands next to the department's new Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Spectrometer on the first floor of Sage Hall.


    • Photo D-482-91
    • Chemistry Department; Chemistry Laboratory
    • 2012
    • A student brews her second batch of beer in Dr. Tandy Grubbs' spring 2012 beer brewing class, Chemistry 391, Brewing Science and Technology.


    • Photo D-482-94
    • Chemistry Department; Chemistry Laboratory
    • 2012
    • A student brews his second batch of beer in Dr. Tandy Grubbs' spring 2012 beer brewing class, Chemistry 391, Brewing Science and Technology.


    • Photo D-482-92
    • Chemistry Department; Chemistry Laboratory
    • 2012
    • Students brew their second batch of beer in Dr. Tandy Grubbs' spring 2012 beer brewing class, Chemistry 391, Brewing Science and Technology.


    • Photo D-482-88
    • Chemistry Department; Chemistry Laboratory
    • 2012
    • A student brews his second batch of beer in Dr. Tandy Grubbs' spring 2012 beer brewing class, Chemistry 391, Brewing Science and Technology.


    • Photo D-493
    • Chemistry Department
    • 2012
    • The Chemistry Department installs a new Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Spectrometer on the first floor of Sage Hall.


    • Photo D-482-90
    • Chemistry Department; Chemistry Laboratory
    • 2012
    • A student brews her second batch of beer in Dr. Tandy Grubbs' spring 2012 beer brewing class, Chemistry 391, Brewing Science and Technology.


    • Photo D-493-2
    • Chemistry Department
    • 2012
    • The Chemistry Department installs a new Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Spectrometer and accompanying equipment on the first floor of Sage Hall.

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