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04.19.2012

RCSA Announces 2012 Cottrell Scholar Awards

Tucson, AZ –April 12, 2012 – Research Corporation for Science Advancement (RCSA), the oldest foundation in the nation devoted wholly to science, today announced 11 recipients of its Cottrell Scholar Award. Each recipient of the award receives a $75,000 grant and admission to an exclusive community of scholars, the Cottrell Scholars Collaborative.

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04.18.2012

Kingshuk Ghosh Receives Cottrell Scholar Award

Research Corporation for Science Advancement (RCSA), America’s oldest foundation devoted exclusively to science, is honoring Kingshuk Ghosh, assistant professor of physics and astronomy, University of Denver, with a prestigious academic award.

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04.18.2012

John-David T. Smith, Cottrell Scholar Award

Research Corporation for Science Advancement (RCSA), America’s oldest foundation devoted exclusively to science, announced today that it is honoring John-David T. Smith, assistant professor of physics and astronomy, University of Toledo, with a prestigious academic award, the Cottrell Scholar Award. The Award, one of 11 issued nationally this year, recognizes leaders in integrating science teaching and research at America’s top research universities. Each recipient receives a $75,000 grant and admission to an exclusive community of scholars, the Cottrell Scholars Collaborative.

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04.18.2012

Sara Skrabalak, Cottrell Scholar Award

Research Corporation for Science Advancement (RCSA), America’s oldest foundation devoted exclusively to science, announced today that it is honoring Sara Skrabalak, assistant professor of chemistry, Indiana University-Bloomington, with a prestigious academic award, the Cottrell Scholar Award. The Award, one of 11 issued nationally this year, recognizes leaders in integrating science teaching and research at America’s top research universities. Each recipient receives a $75,000 grant and admission to an exclusive community of scholars, the Cottrell Scholars Collaborative.

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04.18.2012

Sarah Reisman, Cottrell Scholar Award

Research Corporation for Science Advancement (RCSA), America’s oldest foundation devoted exclusively to science, announced today that it is honoring Sarah E. Reisman, assistant professor of chemistry, California Institute of Technology, with a prestigious academic award, the Cottrell Scholar Award. The Award, one of 11 issued nationally this year, recognizes leaders in integrating science teaching and research at America’s top research universities. Each recipient receives a $75,000 grant and admission to an exclusive community of scholars, the Cottrell Scholars Collaborative.

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04.18.2012

Daisuke Nagai, Cottrell Scholar Award

Research Corporation for Science Advancement (RCSA), America’s oldest foundation devoted exclusively to science, announced today that it is honoring Daisuke Nagai, assistant professor of physics, Yale University, with a prestigious academic award, the Cottrell Scholar Award. The Award, one of 11 issued nationally this year, recognizes leaders in integrating science teaching and research at America’s top research universities. Each recipient receives a $75,000 grant and admission to an exclusive community of scholars, the Cottrell Scholars Collaborative.

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04.18.2012

Geoffrey Hutchinson, Cottrell Scholar Award

Research Corporation for Science Advancement (RCSA), America’s oldest foundation devoted exclusively to science, announced today that it is honoring Geoffrey R. Hutchinson, assistant professor of materials chemistry, University of Pittsburgh, with a prestigious academic award, the Cottrell Scholar Award. The Award, one of 11 issued nationally this year, recognizes leaders in integrating science teaching and research at America’s top research universities. Each recipient receives a $75,000 grant and admission to an exclusive community of scholars, the Cottrell Scholars Collaborative.

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04.18.2012

Eric Hudson, Cottrell Scholar Award

Research Corporation for Science Advancement (RCSA), America’s oldest foundation devoted exclusively to science, announced today that it is honoring Eric Hudson, assistant professor of physics and astronomy, UCLA, with a prestigious academic award, the Cottrell Scholar Award. The Award, one of 11 issued nationally this year, recognizes leaders in integrating science teaching and research at America’s top research universities. Each recipient receives a $75,000 grant and admission to an exclusive community of scholars, the Cottrell Scholars Collaborative.

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04.18.2012

Seth Herzon, Cottrell Scholar Award

Research Corporation for Science Advancement (RCSA), America’s oldest foundation devoted exclusively to science, announced today that it is honoring Seth Herzon, assistant professor of chemistry, Yale University, with a prestigious academic award, the Cottrell Scholar Award. The Award, one of 11 issued nationally this year, recognizes leaders in integrating science teaching and research at America’s top research universities. Each recipient receives a $75,000 grant and admission to an exclusive community of scholars, the Cottrell Scholars Collaborative.

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04.18.2012

William Dichtel, Cottrell Scholar Award

Research Corporation for Science Advancement (RCSA), America’s oldest foundation devoted exclusively to science, announced today that it is honoring William Dichtel, assistant professor of chemistry and chemical biology, Cornell University, with a prestigious academic award, the Cottrell Scholar Award. The Award, one of 11 issued nationally this year, recognizes leaders in integrating science teaching and research at America’s top research universities. Each recipient receives a $75,000 grant and admission to an exclusive community of scholars, the Cottrell Scholars Collaborative.

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04.18.2012

Erin Carlson, Cottrell Scholar Award

Research Corporation for Science Advancement (RCSA), America’s oldest foundation devoted exclusively to science, announced today that it is honoring Erin Carlson, assistant professor of chemistry, Indiana University - Bloomington, with a prestigious academic award, the Cottrell Scholar Award. The Award, one of 11 issued nationally this year, recognizes leaders in integrating science teaching and research at America’s top research universities. Each recipient receives a $75,000 grant and admission to an exclusive community of scholars, the Cottrell Scholars Collaborative.

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04.18.2012

Suzanne Bart, Cottrell Scholar Award

Research Corporation for Science Advancement (RCSA), America’s oldest foundation devoted exclusively to science, announced today that it is honoring Suzanne Bart, assistant professor of chemistry, Purdue University, with a prestigious academic award, the Cottrell Scholar Award. The Award, one of 11 issued nationally this year, recognizes leaders in integrating science teaching and research at America’s top research universities. Each recipient receives a $75,000 grant and admission to an exclusive community of scholars, the Cottrell Scholars Collaborative.

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04.16.2012

Can Bacteria Produce?

By tweaking the smallest units of life, scientists, including Scialog Fellow Sean Shaheen, are making bigger gains in producing alternative and renewable energy, with recent efforts aimed at molecule-level controls and promoting fractal growth patterns to create different fuels and improve efficiencies.

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04.03.2012

Catalyst for Change

Hendrix College will be one of four institutions in the spotlight as the Research Corporation for Science Advancement celebrates its 100th anniversary with a year-long series of events that began with a gala evening at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C., on March 14.

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03.30.2012

Scialog Fellow Raymond Schaak Receives National Fresenius Award

Raymond Schaak, a professor of chemistry at Penn State, has been selected by the American Chemical Society (ACS) to receive the National Fresenius Award, named in recognition of the eminent chemist Carl Remigius Fresenius and sponsored by Phi Lambda Upsilon, the National Chemistry Honor Society. The award, established in 1965, is presented annually to an outstanding young scientist who has attained national recognition in the areas of research, teaching, and/or administration.

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