Douglas Solowey was awarded a prestigious 2014 Moissan Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship in Fluorine Chemistry

Douglas Solowey, an undergraduate student in the Vicic lab, was awarded a prestigious 2014 Moissan Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship in Fluorine Chemistry.  This program is sponsored by the Fluorine Division of the American Chemical Society and provides funds for a student's summer salary and supplies.  It is awarded directly to faculty members conducting research in any area of fluorine chemistry at colleges or universities on the basis of competitively judged applications. In addition, a limited stipend will be available for Douglas to present his research results at an ACS sponsored meeting.

Date: 

Friday, February 19, 2016

Professor: 

David Vicic