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CAMP December Newsletter: Page 7

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Nobel Laureate Richard Schrock Presents Shipley Distinguished Lectures


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From left:  CAMP Director/Distinguished University Professor S.V. Babu, Professor Egon Matijevic' (the Victor K. LaMer Chair of Colloid and Surface Science at Clarkson University), Nobel Laureate Richard Schrock (the Frederick G. Keyes Professor of Chemistry at MIT) and Clarkson University President Anthony Collins.



The Fifteenth Shipley Distinguished Lectureship was presented by Nobel Laureate Richard Schrock (the Frederick G. Keyes Professor of Chemistry at MIT, Massachusetts). In 2005, he received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry with Robert H. Grubbs and Yves Chauvin, for his work in the area of olefin metathesis, an organic synthesis technique.  His talks titled "How Basic Research Led to a Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2005" and "Catalytic Reduction of Dinitrogen by Molybdenum," were sponsored by the Shipley Family Foundation with support from Clarkson's Center for Advanced Materials Processing (CAMP).

 

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Representatives from ATMI (a Corporate Member of CAMP) visit CAMP.  From left: Mackenzie King (Vice President, Advanced Technology Development), Peng Zhang (Manager, Research and Development of Surface Preparation Technologies), Dr. Lawrence Dubois (Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer), and CAMP Director/Distinguished University Professor S.V. Babu.


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Senior University Professor Richard Partch receives Clarkson's 2009 Honors Program Faculty Recognition Award. Senior Honors student Jason Holloway (left) congratulates Professor Partch.

CAMP Professor Richard Partch Receives Award

 

Senior University Professor Richard Partch is the recipient of Clarkson's 2009 Honors Program Faculty Recognition Award. He received the award for his outstanding mentoring and teaching of Junior Honors undergraduates during the fall of 2008 and 2009. The course Partch coordinated focused on how professionals generate original research concepts and transform them into successful proposals for funding. Shown in the photo with Professor Partch is Senior Honors student Jason Holloway, President of the Honors Student Steering Committee, the group that selects the annual award winner.