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Tama Drenski, Project SEED Coordinator

(posted on Wednesday, October 5, 2016)

Over the last six years, Tama has taken the leadership TLDof the Akron Section Project SEED program.  Over that time several dozen students have benefited from this wonderful program, thanks to Tama's care and attention to detail.  Tama is stepping down from that role this year and the Akron section is looking for new volunteers to work with this program.  If you are interested in getting involved, contact Akron Section Chair, Dr.  Charles Kausch <cmkausch@hotmail.com>.

Tama Drenski Bio: Tama received her B.A. in chemistry from Ohio Northern University and her J.D. from the University of Akron. She is now a partner at the intellectual property law firm of Renner, Kenner, Greive, Bobak, Taylor and Weber, where she practices patent law across a broad spectrum of technology, including polymers, chemical synthesis, catalysis, liquid crystals, antimicrobial and antiviral disinfectants, building materials, semiconductor materials, and agricultural chemicals. Tama also practices in the areas of trademarks, copyright, and licensing.  Prior to becoming an attorney, Tama was a chemist for British Petroleum, where she initially worked in BP's analytical chemistry department.  She focused on atomic absorption and atomic emission spectroscopy, and also worked in their chemical research department.  Tama is a co-inventor on five U.S. patents related to heterogeneous catalysts. 





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