Professor Butcher Named Cottrell Scholar

“Rebecca A. Butcher, Assistant Professor of Chemistry at UF, recently has been named a Cottrell Scholar. The Cottrell Scholar Awards recognize early career faculty members who are committed to excel at both research and teaching. These awards are named in honor of Frederick Gardner Cottrell, scientist, inventor and philanthropist. Cottrell founded what is now the Research Corporation for Science Advancement in 1912 to provide support for scientific research and experimentation at scholarly institutions.”

Professor Butcher Named Cottrell Scholar

“Rebecca A. Butcher, Assistant Professor of Chemistry at UF, recently has been named a Cottrell Scholar. The Cottrell Scholar Awards recognize early career faculty members who are committed to excel at both research and teaching. These awards are named in honor of Frederick Gardner Cottrell, scientist, inventor and philanthropist. Cottrell founded what is now the Research Corporation for Science Advancement in 1912 to provide support for scientific research and experimentation at scholarly institutions.”

Professor Butcher Awarded 2014 Sloan Research Fellowship

“Congratulations to Professor Rebecca A. Butcher on being named a 2014 Sloan Research Fellow by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. The foundation seeks to stimulate fundamental research by early-career scientists and scholars of outstanding promise. Professor Butcher is one of only twenty-three chemists to receive this award in 2014. Sloan Fellows receive $50,000 for a two-year period to support their research goals.”

Professor Butcher Awarded 2014 Sloan Research Fellowship

“Congratulations to Professor Rebecca A. Butcher on being named a 2014 Sloan Research Fellow by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. The foundation seeks to stimulate fundamental research by early-career scientists and scholars of outstanding promise. Professor Butcher is one of only twenty-three chemists to receive this award in 2014. Sloan Fellows receive $50,000 for a two-year period to support their research goals.”