2014-2015 Townes R. Leigh Prize Recipients Announced

“The Department of Chemistry is pleased to announce the recipients of the annual Townes R. Leigh Prizes for outstanding achievement by first year graduate students. This award recognizes excellence in coursework, teaching, research, and written qualifying examinations. The recipients from the 2013 Ph.D. class are Tomohiro Kubo, Christopher Kabb, Matthew Bell, Laura Baily, Olivier Nsengiyumva, Shuai He, Ricardo Ferreira, Jeremy Koelmel, and Michael Wei.”

Khanh Ha received Graduate Student Mentoring Award

“The U.F. Graduate Student Mentoring Award was established in 2012 to recognize graduate students at the University of Florida who take time to help others succeed as graduate or undergraduate students or in K-12 classrooms (i.e., working with K-12 students and/or teachers). The award is particularly designed to acknowledge the mentoring contribution from the graduate students in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) disciplines, including SBE (Social, Behavioral and Economic) sciences.”

2014-2015 Townes R. Leigh Prize Recipients Announced

“The Department of Chemistry is pleased to announce the recipients of the annual Townes R. Leigh Prizes for outstanding achievement by first year graduate students. This award recognizes excellence in coursework, teaching, research, and written qualifying examinations. The recipients from the 2013 Ph.D. class are Tomohiro Kubo, Christopher Kabb, Matthew Bell, Laura Baily, Olivier Nsengiyumva, Shuai He, Ricardo Ferreira, Jeremy Koelmel, and Michael Wei.”

Khanh Ha received Graduate Student Mentoring Award

“The U.F. Graduate Student Mentoring Award was established in 2012 to recognize graduate students at the University of Florida who take time to help others succeed as graduate or undergraduate students or in K-12 classrooms (i.e., working with K-12 students and/or teachers). The award is particularly designed to acknowledge the mentoring contribution from the graduate students in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) disciplines, including SBE (Social, Behavioral and Economic) sciences.”