Professor Veige wins 2012 UF Outstanding Mentor of Undergraduate Research Award

“Congratulations to Professor Adam S. Veige on winning the 2012 UF Outstanding Mentor of Undergraduate Research Award. Professor Veige received the award on Sunday October 28th at the Swamp Symphony held at Flavet Field. The award was made in connection with the 2012 Homecoming Education Celebration. Since 1959, the event gives students an opportunity to nominate teachers and faculty who have had an outstanding impact on their academic career. Criteria for the award included a demonstrated history of 1) guiding students in planning for post-graduate research, 2) creating opportunities for students to do research, 3) mentoring students from diverse economic and social backgrounds, 4) actively encouraging students to publish their research, 5) coaching students in professional standards for presentation, and 6) educating students about grants and funding for research.”

Professor Veige wins 2012 UF Outstanding Mentor of Undergraduate Research Award

“Congratulations to Professor Adam S. Veige on winning the 2012 UF Outstanding Mentor of Undergraduate Research Award. Professor Veige received the award on Sunday October 28th at the Swamp Symphony held at Flavet Field. The award was made in connection with the 2012 Homecoming Education Celebration. Since 1959, the event gives students an opportunity to nominate teachers and faculty who have had an outstanding impact on their academic career. Criteria for the award included a demonstrated history of 1) guiding students in planning for post-graduate research, 2) creating opportunities for students to do research, 3) mentoring students from diverse economic and social backgrounds, 4) actively encouraging students to publish their research, 5) coaching students in professional standards for presentation, and 6) educating students about grants and funding for research.”

Molecular MANIA 2012!

“Join graduate student volunteers from the Chemistry Department of UF at Halloween Molecular Mania 2012: Chemistry Day at the Oaks Mall. This free, annual event features an array of interactive demonstrations designed to convey chemistry concepts to the youth of our community. These 15+ demonstrations range from making spider webs and slime, to super-cool chemistry featuring liquid nitrogen, and even imploding soda cans. Kids attending the event have a chance to win cool chemistry prizes in a free raffle. The event will take place this Saturday, October 27th, from 10am-3pm at Dillard’s Court in Oaks Mall. Please feel free to stop by with family and friends, or just to support the department. Graduate student Andrew Powers from the Veige group is organizing this year’s event, which is supported by the National Science Foundation, the ACS-Florida Section, the Chemistry Department, and the UF Center for Catalysis.”

Molecular MANIA 2012!

“Join graduate student volunteers from the Chemistry Department of UF at Halloween Molecular Mania 2012: Chemistry Day at the Oaks Mall. This free, annual event features an array of interactive demonstrations designed to convey chemistry concepts to the youth of our community. These 15+ demonstrations range from making spider webs and slime, to super-cool chemistry featuring liquid nitrogen, and even imploding soda cans. Kids attending the event have a chance to win cool chemistry prizes in a free raffle. The event will take place this Saturday, October 27th, from 10am-3pm at Dillard’s Court in Oaks Mall. Please feel free to stop by with family and friends, or just to support the department. Graduate student Andrew Powers from the Veige group is organizing this year’s event, which is supported by the National Science Foundation, the ACS-Florida Section, the Chemistry Department, and the UF Center for Catalysis.”