The I&EC DIVISION ANNOUNCES ITS 2014 FELLOWS
We would like to congratulate our 2014 I&EC Division Fellows, Professor
Benny Freeman at the University of Texas, Austin, and Professor Jerry
King at the University of Arkansas, and our 2014 Applied Chemical
Technology Fellow, Mr. Phil Dellinger of the Dow Chemical Company. All
will be honored with a plaque and a symposium held in their honor at the
2014 Spring ACS meeting.
Your Award Committee is happy to solicit nominations for 2015 awardees
from all members. This is an important way that the Division recognizes
the outstanding work done by its members in industry, academia and
- Spiro Alexandratos, chair of the Award Committee (Martin Abraham, Mike
Matthews, Melanie Lesko, and John Engleman)
CALLING ALL VOLUNTEERS
The ACS and the I&EC Division are volunteer organizations. Currently we have several positions that could use your volunteer help. It’s a great way to continue building your network and to do provide your fellow division members with a service.
If you are interested in filling any of these appointed positions please contact Connie Murphy, Chair, at email@example.com
Asst. Program Chair
Meeting Publicity Chair
Industrial Liaison Representative
Thanks to David T. Hobbs, following are photos of the student volunteers who helped at the I&EC Program Table during the conference in San Diego, March 20-25, 2012.
For PDF copies of the I&EC Session Schedules and Abstract Separates, go to the programming page.
Report on 2011 Industrial &Engineering Chemistry Graduate Student Award Symposium, ACS National Meeting, Denver CO., August, 2011
The inaugural Graduate Student Award Symposium was a great success! A total of eighteen students were in Denver to present their work. Although it was a close call for a couple of the participants, everyone managed to adjust travel plans so as not to be deterred by Hurricane Irene. One student even came to the ACS meeting direct from another conference in Spain!
The winners were: Darci Trader, Indiana University Department of Chemistry, First Place for her paper “Development of Reversible Enrichment Tags for Natural Product Discovery”, Michael Clark, Columbia University Department of Chemical Engineering, Second Place for his paper “Focusing Nanocrystal Size Distributions via Production Control”, and Stacey Smith, Brigham Young University Department of Chemistry, Third Place for her paper “Revised Mechanism of Stabilization for La-doped ϒ-Al2O3 Catalyst Supports.”
Six I&EC members participated in the judging, which encompassed evaluation of students’ written mini-papers as well as the oral presentations. Judges and presenters agreed that the quality of the work and that of the presentations themselves was very high. This group has set a very high bar for subsequent Graduate Student Symposia.
Symposium Organizer Mike Matthews wishes to thank all I&EC Members who helped with organization and judging: Mary Moore (Program Chair), John Engelman, George Stanley, Mike Gonzalez, Melanie Lesko, and Phil Savage (2011 Division Chair). All photos courtesy of Prof. George Stanley of LSU.
Entire group of student participants
Mike Matthews, symposium organizer, presents award to Trader.
Mike Matthews, symposium organizer, presents award to Clark.
Mike Matthews, symposium organizer, presents award to Smith.
L to R: Darci Trader (Indiana U), Michael Clark (Columbia U), and Stacey Smith (Brigham Young U).
The I&EC Division is thankful to the students who volunteered at the program table at the Anaheim meeting. Click here for a PDF with their names and photos.
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Division American Chemical Society Fellows
The following members of the I&EC Division have been named Fellows of the American Chemical Society for service to science and to the ACS. Congratulations!
Martin A. Abraham
Madan M. Bhasin
Melanie M. Cooper
Helen M. Free
Catherine T. Hunt
Mary K. Moore
Robin D. Rogers
Kathleen M. Schulz
Anne M. Gaffney
Constance M. Hendrickson
David Thomas Hobbs
Frederick George Heineken
Galen B. Fisher
Helena Li Chum
Henry F. Whalen, Jr.
John H. Engelman
Joseph Robert Zoeller
Kathleen C. Taylor
Kenneth L. Nash
Margaret A. Cavanaugh
Melanie J. Lesko
Michael E. Strem, PhD
Richard A. Bartsch
Russell W. Johnson
William A. Flank
Attila E. Pavlath
Janet L. Bryant
Alvin L. Crumbliss
Berkeley W. Cue, Jr.
Benny D. Freeman
Joe W. Hightower
Thomas H. Lane
Gregg J. Lumetta
Michael A. Matthews
Connie J. Murphy
Patricia Ann Redden
Wallace W. Schulz
George Geoffrey Stanley
John Charles Warner