Alex Krall, a chemistry major, was awarded All-ACC Academic Indoor Track & Field Team Honors (see the links bellow). http://www.wakeforestsports.com/sports/m-track/spec-rel/042915aaa.html http://www.theacc.com/news/2015-all-acc-academic-men-indoor-track-field-team-announced-04-29-2015
Congratulations to Dr. Al Rives for his appointment to Johnson Hall as their Senior Faculty Fellow. 2015-16 Faculty Fellows Announced
CRADLE, CLASS OF 2015-2017 ORSP’s CRADLE program provides one-on-one and group training to sustain a lifetime of grant supported projects. This year’s cohort includes Mary K. Good, Anthropology; Chanchal Dalani, Art; Scott Geyer and Michael Gross, Chemistry; Ted Gellar-Goad, Classical Languages; Francis Flanagan, Economics; Sarah Fick, Education; Kristen Beavers, Health & Exercise Science; and Elizabeth…
Past FOC Chair Dr. Keith McDowell Nominatedfor the 2015 Malcolm E. Pruitt Award Each year, the Council for Chemical Research (CCR) bestows on a single recipient its highest honor—the Pruitt Award. This award recognizes “an individual record of outstanding contributions to the progress of chemistry and chemical engineering research by promotion of mutually beneficial interactions…
Congratulations to Lindsay Comstock-Ferguson, who received a promotion to the rank of Associate Professor. This promotion recognizes Lindsay’s strong commitment to teaching, research, and student engagement at Wake Forest University.
David Bryant (’58), the first recipient of the Wake Forest Chemistry Distinguished Alumni Award, came to campus April 1 to receive his award. He spent the day meeting with faculty and students, and finished it off with a seminar presentation “40 years in 40 Minutes”. In the seminar he brought to light many frequently unemphasized…
Dr. Paul Jones has been selected as the Resident Professor (RP) for the Southern Cone program for the 2017 spring semester.
Dr. Christa Colyer was selected to the Robert & Debra Lee Faculty Fellowship. This fellowship has a three-year term beginning July 1, 2015 and ending June 30. The Wake Forest Faculty Fellowship Program is a program of financial support designed to honor our best teacher-scholars.
Dr. Al Rives was selected to receive the Gale Family Faculty Fellowship. This fellowship has a three-year term beginning July 1, 2015 and ending June 30, 2018. The Wake Forest Faculty Fellowship Program is a program of financial support designed to honor our best teacher-scholars.
Chemistry Department alumnus, Zach Hood (BS 2013) recently received the prestigious National Science Foundation’s Graduate Research Fellowship, to puruse Ph.D. studies beginning this fall with Dr. Younan Xia at Georgia Tech. Zach will enjoy a joint appointment with the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and he plans to conduct research in the area of materials science with applications to energy and…
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