Amber Prins has been a researcher with the OESL lab for more than two years. She started as a summer intern in 2015 and has continued on and contributed much to the lab with her smiling, outspoken personality along with her research. Among her accomplishments, she has presented several posters, given talks at the ACS National Meeting and the Schaap Symposium and her name is on a patent involving redox shuttles. She is a 2015 graduate of Hope College and is continuing her studies this fall with a graduate fellowship in the PhD program in Chemistry (with research emphasis in chemical education) at the University of Southern Florida. Amber has also recently become Mrs. Amber Dood. Amber has a very bright future ahead of her and we wish her all the best. We will miss you! Enjoy Florida and good luck with your future.