UF Graduate Student Poole Receives NSF GRFP Fellowship

“Katye Poole, a graduate student in the inorganic division, was awarded a NSF GRFP fellowship which provides three years of support. Katye received B.S. degrees in chemistry and psychology from Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis in 2008, where she worked with Dr. Ted O’Brien on computational inorganic chemistry, including a collaboration with Dr. George Christou. In 2008 she joined the Christou group at UF and added synthetic inorganic chemistry to her research repertoire, as well as expanded the computational work she began with Dr. O’Brien.”

UF Graduate Student Poole Receives NSF GRFP Fellowship

“Katye Poole, a graduate student in the inorganic division, was awarded a NSF GRFP fellowship which provides three years of support. Katye received B.S. degrees in chemistry and psychology from Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis in 2008, where she worked with Dr. Ted O’Brien on computational inorganic chemistry, including a collaboration with Dr. George Christou. In 2008 she joined the Christou group at UF and added synthetic inorganic chemistry to her research repertoire, as well as expanded the computational work she began with Dr. O’Brien.”