Sean Boulanger, who graduated from UW Oshkosh in 2017, is pursuing a PhD in physical chemistry at Oregon State University. He uses ultrafast spectroscopy to study the structure and reactivity of interesting molecules. This year he has already been a second author on two publications, “Ultrafast excited-state proton transfer dynamics in dihalogenated non-fluorescent and fluorescent GFP chromophores” in The Journal of Chemical Physics and “Discovering a rotational barrier within a charge-transfer state of a photoexcited chromophore in solution” in Structural Dynamics. Recently he published his first paper as first author, “Photoinduced Charge Transfer and Bimetallic Bond Dissociation of a Bi–W Complex in Solution” in The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters; an ACS LiveSlide presentation accompanies the paper online.