Nathan Richey

Nathan Richey Named UF’s Outstanding Graduate Student

Nathan is a 5th-year graduate student in the McElwee-White lab. He was chosen for one of two Outstanding Graduate Student awards by the Graduate Student Council at UF. During his time as a graduate student, he served as the head teaching assistant for first-semester general chemistry lab for two years.

In addition to teaching, Nathan has mentored several undergraduate students, graduate students, and visiting scholars who aimed to gain more experience in a fully functioning research lab. As a result of these collaborations, Nathan was an author on four peer-reviewed publications within the McElwee-White lab. More recently, Nathan served as the founding member of the UF Graduate Student Symposium Planning Committee that hosted a symposium at the 255th American Chemical Society National Meeting in New Orleans.