Issue Date: June 12, 2017
ACS awards Frasch Foundation grants
The American Chemical Society has announced the 2017–22 winners of the Herman Frasch Fund for Chemical Research Grants in Agricultural Chemistry. Grantees will receive $50,000 per year for five years.
They are Marcus Foston, Washington University in St. Louis; Alexis D. Ostrowski, Bowling Green State University; Yujie Sun, Utah State University; David J. Vinyard, Louisiana State University; Jimmie Weaver, Oklahoma State University; Emily Weinert, Emory University; Andrew J. Wiemer, University of Connecticut; and Michael C. Young, University of Toledo.
The Herman Frasch Fund for Chemical Research is a small research grant program with an emphasis on projects that promise practical benefit to agricultural development in the U.S. The grants are restricted to tenured or tenure-track faculty in the first seven years of their first academic appointment. ACS provides administrative and programmatic support for this program.
For more information on the awards, visit www.acs.org/frasch.
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