Drs. Stephen Drucker, Jim Phillips, and Kurt Wiegel were recently awarded National Science Foundation grants for their respective research projects. "To have three independent NSF-funded research programs ongoing in the chemistry department at the same time speaks to the high quality of the cutting-edge research being conducted by our faculty and students," said Dr. Warren Gallagher, chair of the chemistry department. "It is our ability to offer these types of opportunities within an undergraduate liberal arts setting that makes our students highly competitive for top-notch graduate programs and employment situations upon graduation." Learn more about external grants here.
Dr. Jennifer Dahl will be honored by the Research, Economic Development, and Innovation (REDI) Committee at the University of Wisconsin Board of Regents' Feb. 5 meeting in Madison. The $50,000 Regent Scholars Award will allow Dahl and undergraduate co-researchers to pursue a project involving nanoparticles and nanomedicine. Learn more about UW System grants here.
Tayo Sanders II, a senior materials science major and University Honors program participant, is among the 32 Americans named as 2015 Rhodes Scholars. He has been engaged in research all four years of college, including summers. As a Rhodes Scholar, Sanders will have a full ride to attend Oxford University in England, where he plans to pursue a doctorate in materials. Learn more about student research opportunities.
Dr. Debra Jansen, associate dean in the College of Nursing and Health Sciences and professor of nursing, has received a two-year grant for an Advanced Education Nursing Traineeship project to increase the number of nurse practitioners able to provide high-quality primary health care in the northern, north central and western regions of Wisconsin as well as portions of Minnesota. Learn more about funding opportunities here.
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Faculty/Student/Community Collaborative Research in the Health Sciences
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Beginning March 18, NSF will enhance the FastLane system to begin automated
compliance checking of all required sections of proposals.