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From the Chemistry Department

Hang Ren Receives Scialog: Negative Emissions Science Award

Assistant Professor Hang Ren is a recipient of the Scialog: Negative Emissions Science Award, which aims to catalyze advances to make removal of CO2 & other greenhouse gases more efficient, affordable and scalable. Ren is part of a team working on "Robust Scalable Multifunctional Electrode for CO2 Reduction and C-C Coupling in Seawater."&n...

Hang Ren selected for NSF CAREER award

We are pleased to announce that Assistant Professor Hang Ren has been selected for a highly prestigious NSF Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER) award. The CAREER award is an early career honor, and it will support Hang’s research program to develop nanoscale scanning electrochemical probe methods to characterize the electrical do...

Kami Hull Receives D&A Accessibility Champion Award

Associate Professor Kami Hull has been recognized as an Accessibility Champion by Disability and Access. This is a student-nominated honor given to those faculty who have shown dedication to enhancing the accessibility and inclusivity of our campus for students with disabilities. Well-done, Kami!

Jonathan Sessler Receives Supramolecular Chemistry Award

Congratulations to Professor Jonathan Sessler, recipient of the prestigious Royal Society of Chemistry Supramolecular Chemistry Award. He will be honored and give a plenary lecture at the Macrocyclic and Supramolecular Chemistry Meeting in Nottingham, UK, in December.
Michael Krische Appointed Honorary Member of the Israel Chemical Society

Michael Krische Appointed Honorary Member of the Israel Chemical Society

The Israel Chemical Society (ICS) has awarded honorary membership in the society to Professor Michael Krische.The ICS is dedicated to the advancement of pure and applied chemistry, both nationally and internationally.