Congratulations to Ernesto Soto, PhD student in the Kovnir Group! He is a recipient of an NSF AGEP (Alliances for Graduate Education and the Professoriate) GRS Fellowship.
Research Corporation for Science Advancement has named Davit Potoyan as on
Professor Aaron Sadow’s project is one of 1
Peter Dorhout arrived on campus Jan.
Congratulations to Julia Zaikina, the 2021 receipent of the Margaret C.
Dr. Tom Holme is quoted in Volume 98, Issue 48 of C&E News with his predictions for chemistry education in 2021.
The Roy J. Carver Charitable Trust of Muscatine, Iowa, has committed $300,793 over two years to support an Iowa State University researcher’s group that is developing a quick-response paper test strip using saliva to detect coronavirus infection.
The winter issue of VISIONS magazine, available quarterly to members of the ISU Alumni Association, mentions Dr. Pat Thiel as the department honors her with named spaces.
Harnessing the power of electrochemistry and separation science, Assistant Profe
On Wednesday, December 9, at 7:00pm EST, AAAS will be hosting a panel discussion the history, present-day challenges, and fututre opportunities surrounding Title IX in the U.S. academic research enterprise.
University Professor Javier Vela joins Editorial Advisory Board of Chemistry of Materials. https://pubs.acs.org/journal/cmatex
Kirill Kovnir has accepted an invitation to join the International Advisory Board of the one of the oldest inorganic journal, ZAAC – Zeitschrift für anorganische und allgemeine Chemie, founded in 1892. https://www.wiley-vch.de/home/zaac/
Kirill Kovnir has been named among 71 reviewers who have made especially notable contributions to Inorganic Chemistry journal.
Peter Dorhout has been named the next vice president for research at Iowa State University.
The Institute for Sustainability and Energy at Northwestern (ISEN) wrote an article that prominently features Prof. Aaron Sadow. Sadow is the director of an ambitious new research center focused on plastic waste upcycling.
Chemistry faculty member Javier Vela and three Iowa State chemistry students took part in the LatinXChem conference which was held Sept. 7- 25. Thousands of Latin American chemists touted their inventive research during this virtual event that was held via Twitter and Zoom.
Gourab Bhaskar, a PhD candidate in the Zaikina group, was featured in the video about the 22nd National School on Neutron and X-Ray Scattering (https://neutrons.ornl.gov/nxs) organized by US-DOE Argonne National Laboratory and US-DOE Oak
The Department of Chemistry is pleased to announce that President Wendy Wintersteen approved the formal naming of the North and South lobby areas of Hach Hall as the Patricia A Thiel of Hach Hall.
Associate Teaching Professor, Sarah Pistolesi is being recognized by the Provost for all the work she did and led making introductory laboratory courses viable when we went online. Making the best of 2020 took many hands at the university from last March and still does to this day.
Our condolences to the family of Dr. Patricia (Pat) Thiel, who passed away this last Monday, September 7. She was beloved by many and will be sorely missed.
The Journal of the American Chemical Society (JACS) has released&
Two of the department's faculty, and their research, are featured in the current issue of Iowa State's alumni magazine, VISIONS. You can find stoies on Dr. Young-Jin Lee, with Dr. Paige Hinners, as well as Dr. Pat Thiel.
Dr. Robbyn Anand, was named winner of the Pittsburgh Conference Achievement Award for a researcher who has made a significant impact in analytical chemistry within the first 10 years after their doctorate degree. Congratulations!
The Windus and Gordon Groups hosted a virtual MU3C conference from Iowa State last week.
Theresa Windus, Distinguished Professor in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, professor of chemistry and Ames Laboratory associate, has been elected as a 2020 American Chemical Society (ACS) Fellow.