More than Two Dozen Cottrell Scholars Share Projects
Sara E. Skrabalak, chemistry, Indiana University Bloomington, is the 2017 winner of RCSA’s Frontiers in Research Excellence and Discovery (FRED) Award. Skrabalak and her associates are developing a “digital fingerprint” system for various products based on nanotechnology.
Improving efficiencies in advanced batteries, supercapacitors and related items
RCSA announces the 2017 FRED and SEED awards for Cottrell Scholars
Building upon the work of Searching for Better Approaches: Effective Evaluation of Teaching and Learning in STEM this group proposed to expand the impact of the Effective Evaluation of Teaching and Learning (EETL) collaborative project by developing specific guidance for assessing quality teaching.
Daniel I.H. Linzer, formerly provost of Northwestern University, is the new president and CEO of Research Corporation for Science Advancement.
Scialong: Molecules Come to Life 2017
Hellmich and Schumann will each receive €63,000
For Outstanding Research and Educational Accomplishments
Two-dozen top early career scientists are named 2017 Cottrell Scholars
The Association of American Universities, in partnership with Research Corporation for Science Advancement's Cottrell Scholars Collaborative, is out with a new book that details how individual research universities have achieved large-scale transformation of undergraduate STEM education.
2017 National Academy of Sciences Award for Scientific Discovery