Dr. Bonizzoni was one of the 14 junior academics selected nationwide as emerging young investigators by the Division of Organic Chemistry of the American Chemical Society and invited to present at the Academic Young Investigator Symposium held at the Fall ACS National meeting in Philadelphia, PA.
Michael Ihde, a first-year graduate student in our group, was awarded the third prize at the 6th Annual Lester Andrews Graduate Research Symposium held at Mississippi State University, for his talk titled "A minimal sensor array for metal ion detection in water". Congratulations Michael!
Ashley and Xiaoli were both recognized today during our departmental Chemistry Honors ceremony. Ashley won the Outstanding Dissertation award, and Xiaoli the Outstanding Second Year Graduate Student award. Congratulations to both!
Xiaoli was selected to be a Graduate Council Fellow for the 2016-17 academic year, in recognition of her outstanding work in our graduate program. Congratulations Xiaoli!
Dr. Bonizzoni delivered an invited talk on the group's recent research on the interaction of hydrophobics with cationic polyelectrolytes at the 2015 Physical Organic Chemistry Gordon Research Conference held at Holderness School, Holderness, NH.
Nick White, a graduate student in our group, was awarded the first prize in the poster competition for his poster presentation titled "Small-Molecule Models of Poly(amidoamine) Dendrimers" at the 5th Annual Lester Andrews Graduate Research Symposium held at Mississippi State University. Congratulations Nick!
Kyle Glisson, an undergraduate researcher in our group, was awarded the Randall Outstanding Research Award by our Honors College for his calorimetric studies on the interactions of PAMAM dendrimers with anions in water. Congratulations Kyle!
Katheryn Adam's research talk at the Southern Undergraduate Research Conference organized on our campus this year was selected for a presentation award. Congratulations Katheryn!
Madison Beck, who joined our group last fall as an undergraduate researcher, was awarded a grant from the UA Student Government Association. The funds will support her research on immobilizing cationic polyelectrolytes on plastic surfaces to develop portable and rugged chemosensors for anions. Congratulations Mady!
2014-07-24 Ashley is attending the prestigious Graduate Research Symposium organized by the Division of Organic Chemistry of the ACS, taking place this weekend at the University of California - Irvine. Ashley's selection for the symposium was highlighted in a recent UA News bulletin as well. Congratulations Ashley!