Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Sandra Greer receives the Francis P. Garvin-John M. Olin Medal

Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Sandra Greer receives the Francis P. Garvin-John M. Olin Medal

Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Sandra Greer receives the Francis P. Garvin-John M. Olin Medal

Dr. Sandra Greer, professor of chemistry and chemical engineering, has received the Francis P. Garvin - John M. Olin Medal. The Garvin-Olin Medal of the American Chemical Society has been awarded annually since 1935 for scientific achievements. The award comes with a prize of $5000, and in return, Dr. Greer will present two addresses at the next national meeting - one to the Physical Chemistry Division and one to the Women Chemists.

September 20, 2003


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