Purdue Chemistry represents well at 2014 ACS Awards

08-12-2014

Purdue Chemistry did well at the American Chemical Society awards, which were announced Aug. 11. Receiving awards were:

ACS Purdue Chemistry faculty winners
Kenttamaa Dr. Hilkka I. Kenttämaa — Frank H. Field & Joe L. Franklin Award for Outstanding Achievement in Mass Spectrometry, sponsored by Waters Corp.
Shepson Dr. Paul B. Shepson — ACS Award for Creative Advances in Environmental Science & Technology, sponsored by the ACS Division of Environmental Chemistry, Environmental Science & Technology, and Environmental Science & Technology Letters
Low Dr. Philip S. Low — George and Christine Sosnovsky Award for Cancer Research sponsored by the George and Christine Sosnovsky Endowment Fund. Low was honored for his "use of small molecule ligand-targeting to selectively deliver highly cytotoxic therapeutic and imaging agents to tumors."

All awards consisted of $5,000 and a certificate. Congratulations to these stellar faculty!

Two members of the College of Science alumni earned awards as well.

Chemistry alumnus Dr. Gary A. Molander won the Herbert C. Brown Award for Creative Research in Synthetic Methods, sponsored by the Purdue Borane Research Fund and the Herbert C. Brown Award Endowment. Dr. Molander is the Hirschmann-Makineni Professor of Chemistry and Department Chair at University of Pennsylvania, and he is a former student of the late Dr. Herbert C. Brown, who was a former Nobel Laureate and keystone of the Purdue Chemistry program.

The ACS Award for Distinguished Service in the Advancement of Inorganic Chemistry, sponsored by Strem Chemicals, went to Kim R. Dunbar, now at Texas A&M University. She was a Ph.D. student with Richard Walton and graduated in 1984.

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