Whitney Stutts receives the 2013 Roger and Jo Bates Graduate Fellowship

“We are pleased to announce the recipient of the 2013 Roger and Jo Bates Graduate Fellow. Established by Professor and Mrs. Bates in 1996, this annual award recognizes overall excellence in research, teaching and service for a Ph.D. student in the analytical chemistry division. This year’s winner was Ms. Whitney Stutts, a member of the Yost research group and a 2008 graduate of North Carolina State University. Whitney’s research involves the development of novel MALDI-MS and mass spectrometric imaging techniques for the analysis of lipids and their oxidation products in biological tissues. She expects to graduate in the summer, 2013 semester. Congratulations Whitney!”

Whitney Stutts receives the 2013 Roger and Jo Bates Graduate Fellowship

“We are pleased to announce the recipient of the 2013 Roger and Jo Bates Graduate Fellow. Established by Professor and Mrs. Bates in 1996, this annual award recognizes overall excellence in research, teaching and service for a Ph.D. student in the analytical chemistry division. This year’s winner was Ms. Whitney Stutts, a member of the Yost research group and a 2008 graduate of North Carolina State University. Whitney’s research involves the development of novel MALDI-MS and mass spectrometric imaging techniques for the analysis of lipids and their oxidation products in biological tissues. She expects to graduate in the summer, 2013 semester. Congratulations Whitney!”

First Annual James and Laura Winefordner Graduate Fellowship

“The Department of Chemistry is pleased to announce the recipient of the first James and Laura Winefordner Summer Research Fellowship. This award, for graduate students in the analytical chemistry division, recognizes overall excellence in research, scholarship, teaching and departmental service and will be a lasting tradition in the department. The first recipient is Ms Tao Chen, a graduate of Wuhan University and a member of Prof. Weihong Tan’s research group. Tao will complete her Ph.D. degree this summer, supported by the Winefordner Fellowship. Her dissertation will focus on the use of functional nanostructures for bioanalysis and biomedical research. Congratulations Tao!”

First Annual James and Laura Winefordner Graduate Fellowship

“The Department of Chemistry is pleased to announce the recipient of the first James and Laura Winefordner Summer Research Fellowship. This award, for graduate students in the analytical chemistry division, recognizes overall excellence in research, scholarship, teaching and departmental service and will be a lasting tradition in the department. The first recipient is Ms Tao Chen, a graduate of Wuhan University and a member of Prof. Weihong Tan’s research group. Tao will complete her Ph.D. degree this summer, supported by the Winefordner Fellowship. Her dissertation will focus on the use of functional nanostructures for bioanalysis and biomedical research. Congratulations Tao!”

2012 Charles H. Stone Award Announcement

“The Carolina-Piedmont Section of the American Chemical Society is pleased to name Professor of Chemistry Lisa McElwee-White from the University of Florida as the 2012 winner of the Charles H. Stone Award. This award is given biannually by the section to the most outstanding chemist in the southeastern United States, recognizing contributions to the field of chemistry through activities in the scientific community, public outreach, education, and research.”

2012 Charles H. Stone Award Announcement

“The Carolina-Piedmont Section of the American Chemical Society is pleased to name Professor of Chemistry Lisa McElwee-White from the University of Florida as the 2012 winner of the Charles H. Stone Award. This award is given biannually by the section to the most outstanding chemist in the southeastern United States, recognizing contributions to the field of chemistry through activities in the scientific community, public outreach, education, and research.”

Megan Hill and Amanda Patrick Receive NSF Fellowship Awards

“Megan Hill and Amanda Patrick, first-year graduate students seeking a Ph.D. within the Department of Chemistry at UF, have been honored with National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowships. The total value of each award exceeds $100,000 over a three-year period. Widely regarded as one of the most prestigious honors a graduate student can receive, this year, just 2,000 award recipients were chosen from more than 13,000 applicants nationwide.”

Megan Hill and Amanda Patrick Receive NSF Fellowship Awards

“Megan Hill and Amanda Patrick, first-year graduate students seeking a Ph.D. within the Department of Chemistry at UF, have been honored with National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowships. The total value of each award exceeds $100,000 over a three-year period. Widely regarded as one of the most prestigious honors a graduate student can receive, this year, just 2,000 award recipients were chosen from more than 13,000 applicants nationwide.”

Da Han Awarded ACS Division of Analytical Chemistry Summer 2013 Fellowship

“Da Han, a graduate student of Chemistry in Professor Weihong Tan’s research group, has been selected to receive a 2013 ACS Division of Analytical Chemistry (DAC) Summer Graduate Fellowship. This award is given only to seven graduate students in the US and Canada annually. Da is the only graduate student to receive this prestigious award from the University of Florida in 2013. This fellowship carries a stipend of $7,000 with the sponsorship of the Society for Analytical Chemists of Pittsburgh (SACP).”

Da Han Awarded ACS Division of Analytical Chemistry Summer 2013 Fellowship

“Da Han, a graduate student of Chemistry in Professor Weihong Tan’s research group, has been selected to receive a 2013 ACS Division of Analytical Chemistry (DAC) Summer Graduate Fellowship. This award is given only to seven graduate students in the US and Canada annually. Da is the only graduate student to receive this prestigious award from the University of Florida in 2013. This fellowship carries a stipend of $7,000 with the sponsorship of the Society for Analytical Chemists of Pittsburgh (SACP).”