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Michael Neidig Receives Sloan Research Fellowship


Michael L. Neidig, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, has been named a 2015 Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellow in Chemistry. Professor Neidig's research focuses on non-precious metal catalysis in organic chemistry, including iron-catalyzed cross-coupling and iron- and cobalt-catalyzed direct C-H functionalization. According to Chemistry Chair, Professor Todd Krauss, "Mike has gotten off to a fantastic start with his research program. His work on understanding the mechanism of iron-catalyzed reactions is world class and defines Mike as a leader in this field after just a few years."

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June 24, 2015
Terrell Samoriski Wins Chemistry Department Sandra Beach Award.  more...

April 16, 2015
Chitavi Maulloo, Rachel Kasimer and Christine Ziegler win University awards!.  more...

March 3, 2015
Michael Neidig Receives Sloan Research Fellowship.  more...

February 17, 2015
Lukiana Anka-Lufford Awarded Division of Organic Chemistry Travel Award!.  more...

February 17, 2015
Chemistry Welcomes New Inorganic & Organometallic Faculty member: Dr. Ellen Matson.  more...

February 17, 2015
Michael Neidig Receives NSF CAREER Award for Research on Iron- and Cobalt-Catalyzed Direct C-H Functionalization.  more...

January 27, 2015
NIH Funds Neidig Research on Iron-Catalyzed Carbon-Carbon Cross Coupling.  more...

December 18, 2014
Daniel Weix Receives Two Awards for Green Chemistry Research.  more...

May 17, 2015 • 2:00 PM
Chemistry Department Diploma Ceremony 2015
A ceremony for the chemistry graduates of the Class of 2015.
May Room, Wilson Commons, Sunday May 17th, 2p.m.

May 28, 2015 • 4:00 PM
Chemistry-Biology Interface Retreat 2015
The retreat will focus on how the chemistry of guanine oxidation changes the biology of DNA.
101 Goergen Hall

July 15, 2015 • 10:00 AM
Colloidal Semiconductor Quantum Dots with Tunable Surface Composition
Hsiu-Ying Wei
Computer Studies 209

July 16, 2015 • 2:00 PM
A Study of Primary Collision Dynamics in Inverse- Kinematics Reaction of 78Kr on 40Ca at a Bombarding Energy of 10 MeV per Nucleon
Eric Henry
Hutchison Hall 473