Professor Wagener to receive the 2010 Herty Medal

“Professor Ken B. Wagener has been selected as the 2010 Herty Medalist for his discovery of acyclic diene metathesis (ADMET) polymerization chemistry. Since 1933, this prestigious award has recognized the work and service of outstanding chemists who have significantly contributed to their chosen field. All chemists in academic, government, or industrial laboratories who reside in the southeastern US for more than 10 years are eligible. Among the previous medalists are T. R. Leigh (1942) and G. B. Butler (1978) of University of Florida.”

Professor Wagener to receive the 2010 Herty Medal

“Professor Ken B. Wagener has been selected as the 2010 Herty Medalist for his discovery of acyclic diene metathesis (ADMET) polymerization chemistry. Since 1933, this prestigious award has recognized the work and service of outstanding chemists who have significantly contributed to their chosen field. All chemists in academic, government, or industrial laboratories who reside in the southeastern US for more than 10 years are eligible. Among the previous medalists are T. R. Leigh (1942) and G. B. Butler (1978) of University of Florida.”

Professor Stewart to receive 2009-2010 CLAS Sciences Teaching Award”

“Professor Jon Stewart will receive one of the 2009-2010 College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Teaching Awards. Many fine CLAS teachers were nominated for these awards and success in such a competition is a signal of achievement. An award of $2,000 will be made to recipients in recognition of their contributions to teaching. All Teaching/Advising Award winners will be officially recognized at a reception at the University President’s House. The award committee was very impressed with Professor Stewart’s statement on teaching philosophy. A booklet of these statements from several awardees will soon be available for new faculty and will also be posted on the CLAS website. Congratulations to Professor Stewart for this teaching achievement!”

Professor Stewart to receive 2009-2010 CLAS Sciences Teaching Award”

“Professor Jon Stewart will receive one of the 2009-2010 College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Teaching Awards. Many fine CLAS teachers were nominated for these awards and success in such a competition is a signal of achievement. An award of $2,000 will be made to recipients in recognition of their contributions to teaching. All Teaching/Advising Award winners will be officially recognized at a reception at the University President’s House. The award committee was very impressed with Professor Stewart’s statement on teaching philosophy. A booklet of these statements from several awardees will soon be available for new faculty and will also be posted on the CLAS website. Congratulations to Professor Stewart for this teaching achievement!”