Issue Date: February 7, 2011
ACS Award For Research At An Undergraduate Institution
During his 31-year career in the chemistry department at the University of Tennessee, Chattanooga (UTC), Gregory J. Grant “has developed a first-rate, internationally recognized research program that is centered around undergraduate students,” according to John A. Gladysz, a distinguished professor and Dow Chair in Chemical Invention at Texas A&M University.
“Greg has a perfect combination of talent, drive, personality, and people skills—all of which he combines to inspire students and further their professional development,” says . . .
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