Awards & Achievements
By Stephanie Blaszczyk-Beasley Department of Chemistry communications Five University of Wisconsin–Madison professors have earned prestigious awards from the American Chemical Society (ACS). With more than 156,000 members, ACS is the largest scientific society in the world. Catherine …February 14, 2019
From news.wisc.edu Ten faculty members have been chosen to receive this year’s Distinguished Teaching Awards, an honor given out since 1953 to recognize the university’s finest educators. Chancellor Rebecca Blank and Provost Sarah Mangelsdorf will …January 24, 2019
By Kaitlyn M. Moore, Department Communications Madison, WI – December 19, 2019– Each year, the Department of Chemistry chooses one outstanding staff or faculty member to honor with the James W. Taylor Excellence in Teaching …December 19, 2018
IPiB faculty member Joshua Coon, a professor of chemistry and biomolecular chemistry, has received the Discovery in Proteomic Sciences Award from the Human Proteome Organization.September 25, 2018
ACS released the names of its national award winners this week, and five are from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, four of whom work for the Department of Chemistry. Robert McMahon, professor of chemistry, won the Arthur …September 25, 2018
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The Department of Chemistry recognized more than 100 undergraduate and graduate students, as well as a couple of faculty and staff members, at the 2018 Student Award Ceremony on April 27. Thanks to generous donors, …
The UW-Madison Department of Chemistry has an active network of faculty, staff, alumni and friends who understand the value of the department’s mission, and who take part in working to see that mission fulfilled. Badger Chemist News and the yearly Badger Chemist print publication share those efforts and celebrate success.
The Department of Chemistry at the University of Wisconsin-Madison conducts world-class, groundbreaking research in the chemical sciences, while offering the highest quality of education to undergraduate students, graduate students, and postdoctoral associates. Our leadership in research includes the traditional areas of physical, analytical, inorganic, and organic chemistry, and has rapidly evolved to encompass environmental chemistry, chemical biology, biophysical chemistry, soft and hard materials chemistry, and nanotechnology. We pride ourselves on our highly interactive, diverse, and collegial scientific environment. Our emphasis on collaboration connects us to colleagues across campus, around the country, and throughout the world.