Chemistry Professor Receives $5,000 Grant
The chemistry department will use part of the grant to purchase a CombiFlash Companion, an instrument used during teaching and research to purify organic compounds. The grant also will allow the department to use in other ways the funds it had originally set aside for the instrument's purchase.
"We are very pleased to receive this grant as it frees up funds to allow for a summer student research stipend and for purchasing routine chemicals and solvents," said Zimmerman.
Co-authors of the grant proposal were Dr. Tevye Celius, assistant professor of chemistry, and Dr. Brian Myers, associate professor of chemistry.