Professor McElwee-White selected to receive CLAS Term Professorship

“Professor Lisa McElwee-White is one of sixteen College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) Term Professors named for 2012-2013. The term professorships were made possible by the generosity of Robin and Jean Gibson, Waldo W. Neikirk, and Colonel Allan R. and Margaret G. Crow to recognize faculty members who have established an outstanding record of scholarship, teaching, and service at the University of Florida.”

Professor McElwee-White selected to receive CLAS Term Professorship

“Professor Lisa McElwee-White is one of sixteen College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (CLAS) Term Professors named for 2012-2013. The term professorships were made possible by the generosity of Robin and Jean Gibson, Waldo W. Neikirk, and Colonel Allan R. and Margaret G. Crow to recognize faculty members who have established an outstanding record of scholarship, teaching, and service at the University of Florida.”

Chemistry Department Invention Garners First Runner-Up for 2012 Cade Prize

“Over 120 inventors and entrepreneurs from the State of Florida entered to win the prestigious Cade Museum Prize. The 1st runner-up for 2012 was ReliOx Corporation, which adavanced breakthrough research from the Research Group of Prof. David Richardson that generates chlorine dioxide. The technology replaces dangerous and obsolete chlorine dioxide generation processes with a single-step, single-chemical, solid phase reaction. This facile method of disinfection can be an important new public health tool in hospitals, food processing, restaurants, and public transportation.”

Chemistry Department Invention Garners First Runner-Up for 2012 Cade Prize

“Over 120 inventors and entrepreneurs from the State of Florida entered to win the prestigious Cade Museum Prize. The 1st runner-up for 2012 was ReliOx Corporation, which adavanced breakthrough research from the Research Group of Prof. David Richardson that generates chlorine dioxide. The technology replaces dangerous and obsolete chlorine dioxide generation processes with a single-step, single-chemical, solid phase reaction. This facile method of disinfection can be an important new public health tool in hospitals, food processing, restaurants, and public transportation.”