St. Cloud State University alumnus Scott Stonemeyer ’15 returned to campus on March 6 to speak in the Robert H. Wick Science building about research and work he has conducted surrounding exploring the fundamental limit of materials below two dimensions.
While attending St. Cloud State from 2010-15, Stonemeyer worked as a learning and teaching assistant for four years while also being on the Chemistry Club’s executive board for three years, serving as a demo coordinator for one year and president for two years.
Before he went on to graduate from the University in 2015 with a degree in chemistry, Stonemeyer also served as a student senator representative for the College of Science and Engineering for a year and a half, while also sitting on the campus affairs committee where he helped head up a new Green Initiative to bring more focus to sustainability of the campus.
On March 6, Stonemeyer talked about his time at St. Cloud State and his career after receiving his education. Currently a graduate student researcher at University of California-Berkeley, Stonemeyer spoke about his experience as a lead lab technician for LeafLine Labs in Cottage Grove — which is one of two medical marijuana manufacturers and distributors in Minnesota — and more.