Posts Tagged ‘ American Chemical Society ’

Avery Hall time capsule removed for chemistry celebration

May 28th, 2014 | By | Category: 2014, Campus News, Issue, May 22

Mark Griep, associate professor of chemistry, shows the Avery Hall time capsule to a group of students from York Middle School. The time capsule, placed in the Avery Hall cornerstone in 1916, was removed May 12. Items in the capsule will be featured during an October celebration of Rachel Holloway Lloyd, the university‚Äôs second chemistry […]



Francisco to lead Arts and Sciences

May 28th, 2014 | By | Category: 2014, Employee News, Issue, May 22

UNL has selected Joseph S. Francisco, former president of the American Chemical Society and member of the National Academy of Sciences, as dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. Senior Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs Ellen Weissinger announced the appointment of Francisco on April 25. Francisco, who currently is the William E. Moore Distinguished […]



Harbison’s presentation draws media

Apr 2nd, 2009 | By | Category: April 2, 2009, Issue, Research

Gerard Harbison, professor of chemistry, was a featured presenter at the American Chemical Society national meeting in Salt Lake City where he spoke at a news conference about UNL research on using computer simulations to analyze potential peroxide-based explosives. The ACS chooses news to feature for national media at the convention. Harbison’s virtual news conference […]