Correia, Goforth, and Guillet Selected for CENTC Summer School

“Graduate students Marie Correia , Sarah Goforth, and Gary Guillet have been selected to participate in the second biennial CENTC Summer School. The Center for Enabling New Technologies Through Catalysis (CENTC) will provide 80 graduates students, postdocs, and faculty from PUIs with travel and accommodations to attend their summer school in catalysis at the University of Washington this month. The program’s four-day schedule features seminars by prominent researchers from academia, industry, and national laboratories. Additionally, participants will contribute to discussions concerning funding, outreach, and career opportunities.”

Correia, Goforth, and Guillet Selected for CENTC Summer School

“Graduate students Marie Correia , Sarah Goforth, and Gary Guillet have been selected to participate in the second biennial CENTC Summer School. The Center for Enabling New Technologies Through Catalysis (CENTC) will provide 80 graduates students, postdocs, and faculty from PUIs with travel and accommodations to attend their summer school in catalysis at the University of Washington this month. The program’s four-day schedule features seminars by prominent researchers from academia, industry, and national laboratories. Additionally, participants will contribute to discussions concerning funding, outreach, and career opportunities.”

Yan Chen awarded the AAW Emerging Scholar Award and Madelyn Lockhart Dissertation Fellowship Award

“Yan Chen, a graduation student of Chemistry in Dr. Weihong Tan’s research group, has been awarded the 2010 Association for Academic Women (AAW) Emerging Scholar Award and Madelyn Lockhart Dissertation Fellowship Award. Yan is one of only two graduate students to receive this prestigious award from the University of Florida in 2010. The recipients will each receive a $2,000 award from the UF President’s Office to support their final stage of PhD studies. Yan expects to complete her PhD in the Department of Chemistry in the UF College of Liberal Arts and Sciences in August 2010. Identified as one of the best overall graduate students in the department, Yan Chen focuses on instrumentation development and nanomaterial engineering for live cell measurements. She is the first author of five major publications completed while a graduate student. Following graduation, she will continue her research in a post-doctoral position.”

Yan Chen awarded the AAW Emerging Scholar Award and Madelyn Lockhart Dissertation Fellowship Award

“Yan Chen, a graduation student of Chemistry in Dr. Weihong Tan’s research group, has been awarded the 2010 Association for Academic Women (AAW) Emerging Scholar Award and Madelyn Lockhart Dissertation Fellowship Award. Yan is one of only two graduate students to receive this prestigious award from the University of Florida in 2010. The recipients will each receive a $2,000 award from the UF President’s Office to support their final stage of PhD studies. Yan expects to complete her PhD in the Department of Chemistry in the UF College of Liberal Arts and Sciences in August 2010. Identified as one of the best overall graduate students in the department, Yan Chen focuses on instrumentation development and nanomaterial engineering for live cell measurements. She is the first author of five major publications completed while a graduate student. Following graduation, she will continue her research in a post-doctoral position.”