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  • Professor Alexei Stuchebrukhov has been selected to receive the 2017 University Honors Program Faculty Award for Outstanding Mentorship.
  • Ph.D. alumnus Henry "Hoby" Wedler and Professor Dean Tantillo have been awarded the Inclusion and Diversity Prize by the Royal Society of Chemistry for their development of chemistry camp activities, study aids, and research tools that increase the accessibility of chemistry for blind and visually impaired students.
  • Professor Susan Kauzlarich has been awarded the Chancellor's Award for Mentoring Undergraduate Research.
  • Professor Jesús Velázquez has been selected as a Scialog Fellow to participate in Scialog: Advanced Energy Storage - "a program of search and discovery for truly transformative energy storage systems.
  • The following students were awarded at the 2017 R. Bryan Miller Symposium:
    • R. Bryan Miller Graduate Student Fellowship - Stephanie Hare (Tantillo Lab)
    • Francesca Miller Undergraduate Award - Alexandra Greb (Olson Lab)
    • Best Poster Awards - Alexandra Greb (undergraduate, Olson Lab) and Heesung Shim (graduate, Wulff Lab)
  • Graduate student Nhu Nguyen (Tantillo Lab) was awarded a Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellowship to study at Oxford University.
  • Professor David Olson has been selected as a recipient of the 2016 Dean's Award for Excellence in Mentoring at Early to Mid-Career Level in the area of Research. He was nominated by his students Lee Dunlap, Alexandra Greb, and Guoliang Zhang.
  • Professor Jesus Velazquez was recently inducted as a CAMPOS Faculty Scholar. This program recognizes "exceptional scientists in a STEM discipline." Click here for more information.

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