The KU Women of Distinction awards, honoring faculty, staff and students for outstanding achievements, have selected Fatoumata Bayo, a senior from Warren, Michigan majoring in chemistry and psychology for her advocacy for change. Bayo won Student Organization Member of the Year at the Jayhawk Choice Awards for her work with the Black Student Union. She also received both the Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Nelson Mandela awards as a member of the Big 12 Council on Black Student Government. To read the complete article, see KU News
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Chemistry department receives more than $6 million in research grants annually
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- October 18, 2017Chris Elles: UG Research Mentor Spotlight | October 2017
- September 19, 2017New $20M NSF award for PI Kristin Bowman-James
- September 8, 2017Chemistry Students present at National ACS meeting in Washington, D.C.