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December 2012 - The Chemical Society of Washington (CSW) named Prof. Richard Weiss as the 2012 recipient of the Charles L. Gordon Award. [more]

December 2012 - Graduate student Carina Minardi awarded fellowship from NSF. [more]

August 2012 - Prof. Jong-in Hahm has been selected by the Women Chemists Committee (WCC) of the American Chemical Society (ACS) as a recipient of the 2013 WCC Rising Star award for excellence in the advancement of nano sciences and developing next-generation, enhanced DNA and proteins sensors beneficial to life sciences.

July 2012 - The National Science Foundation has awarded Prof. Christian Wolf a grant for his projected entitled “Designing Axially Chiral Sensors for Enantioselective Recognition of Chiral Compounds.” The award begins on August 1, 2012 and is for 3 years.

June 4, 2012 – Two Ph.D. students in the Department of Chemistry, Lora Angelova and Katy Sherlach, received the prestigious Clare Boothe Luce Fellowship from the Clare Boothe Luce Foundation. [more]

May 23, 2012 - While the Lewis pairs are frustrated, Allan Cardenas and Brooks Culotta, student researchers in Prof. Timothy H. Warren’s laboratory, don’t have any trouble getting along. Their research alongside German collaborators demonstrates a unique way to capture nitric oxide (NO) and inject this essential small molecule with exciting reactivity. Their discovery was highlighted as News of the Week in the May 21, 2012 issue of Chemical & Engineering News. [more]

March 31, 2012 – Georgetown University’s College Academic Council recognized the contributions of Profs. Diana Glick, Bahram Moasser, and Timothy Warren to undergraduate education. [more]


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