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Carolina Piedmont Local ACS Wins ACS ChemLuminary Award – Best Regional Meeting 2017

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The Carolina Piedmont local ACS section, chaired by Dr. Jordan Poler, has won the ACS ChemLuminary Award for best regional meeting in 2017. Many of UNC Charlott’s chemistry faculty contributed to this meeting as symposium chairs, LOC members, and volunteers during the meeting. A great team effort recognized by our professional organization!

Sameer Sajja Receives Fellowship Award

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This Fellowship program provides stipend support for master’s and doctoral students to engage in thesis and dissertation-related research during the summer (May 21-August 10, 2018) under the guidance of their advisor. To be eligible, students must be enrolled in one of the College’s thesis or dissertation-based graduate programs and be in good academic standing. They […]

Award for Outstanding Teaching by a Full-Time Lecturer

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Jacob Horger has been a lecturer and the organic lab coordinator in the Chemistry Department at UNC Charlotte since fall 2010. He received his doctorate in chemistry from the University of South Carolina in 2010. While a doctoral student, he was a three-time winner of the Joseph Bouknight Teaching Award. At UNC Charlotte, Horger teaches […]

Thomas D. Walsh Graduate Research Fellowship Competition | Academic Year 2018/2019

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The Thomas D. Walsh Graduate Research Fellowship, made possible by the generous support of Dr. Thomas D. Walsh, recognizes outstanding contributions by M.S. candidates to graduate research. Returning graduate students are eligible for this prestigious award after their first year. The Thomas D. Walsh Graduate Research Fellowship supports the winner with a research assistantship and […]

Thomas D. Walsh Graduate Research Fellowship 2018-2019 Congratulates Matthew Freeman!

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Please join us for the Thomas D. Walsh Graduate Research Fellowship Reception on Friday October 12 from 3 pm- 5 pm in recognition of our twelfth recipient, Matthew Freeman. RSVP no later than Friday, October 5 to Tammi Smith: tsmit360@uncc.edu The Thomas D. Walsh Graduate Research Fellowship, made possible by the generous support of Dr. […]

Position Announcement – Assistant or Associate Professor of Physical Chemistry

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19th Annual Graduate Research Symposium Winners!

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Congratulations to Margaret Kocherga and Morgan Chandler for winning first place and second place, respectively, for their oral presentations (Liberal Arts and Sciences) at the 19th Annual Graduate Research Symposium this past Friday. Margaret is a third year student from Tom Schmedake’s group, and Morgan is a second year student from Kirill Afonin’s group. Congratulations […]

2017/2018 Thomas D. Walsh Graduate Research Fellowship – Awardee Justin A. Zuczek

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The Thomas D. Walsh Graduate Research Fellowship, made possible by the generous support of Dr. Thomas D. Walsh, recognizes outstanding contributions by M.S. candidates to graduate research. Returning graduate students are eligible for this prestigious award after their first year. The Thomas D. Walsh Graduate Research Fellowship supports the winner with a research assistantship and […]

Dr. Tom Schmedake – Recipient of 2017 Provost’s Faculty Award for Community Engagement

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Congratulations to Dr. Tom Schmedake for being named the recipient of the 2017 Provost’s Faculty Award for Community Engagement!!!. This award honors a tenured faculty member whose teaching, research, and service records embody the University’s commitment to civic involvement, and whose work strengthens the relationship between UNC Charlotte and the larger community. Tom received the […]

ANGS at NC-MSEN

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The Association of Nanoscience Graduate Students (ANGS) attended the NC-MSEN Pre-College program to promote chemistry to high school students.