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Voice of a Chemistry Alumnus: Robin Polt

A Chemistry Degree at IUPUI 36 Years Out

By: Robin Polt, BS Chemistry 1981

International symposium on chemistry education honors IUPUI's Pratibha Varma-Nelson

INDIANAPOLIS -- Leading figures in science education are gathering this week for a symposium honoring Pratibha Varma-Nelson of IUPUI, this year's recipient of the American Chemical Society's George Pimentel Award.

  • Developing the Crop Protection Attributes of a Natural Product

  • The Anatomy of an Application

  • Voice of a Chemistry Alumnus: Tom Eckrich

    A 1979 graduate of IUPUI Department of Chemistry, Tom Eckrich was born and raised in Beech Grove, IN. He graduated from Cathedral High School when it was still at 14th and Meridian in downtown Indianapolis, then spent one year studying accounting at what is now Marian University. Needing additional elective credits he attended IUPUI during the summer of 1976 and took General Chemistry, C105, with Professor Gordon Fricke. Tom failed his first exam in this course, but Prof. Fricke encouraged him to continue.

  • Seminar: GIOSS Seminar

  • P13 Kinase - A Moving Target in Drug Discovery (and other adventures)

  • Pratibha Varma-Nelson honored by American Chemical Society as outstanding educator

    INDIANAPOLIS -- Pratibha Varma-Nelson, professor of chemistry and founding director of the STEM Education Innovation and Research Institute at IUPUI, has been named the 2018 recipient of the George C. Pimentel Award in Chemical Education, sponsored by Cengage Learning and the American Chemical Society, or ACS. The prestigious award will be presented in March 2018 at the 255th ACS National Meeting in New Orleans.

  • Giving Tuesday

  • School of Science mourns the loss of past department chair

    INDIANAPOLIS -- Jay A. Siegel, Ph.D. died at home in his sleep on September 25, 2017, in Mt. Arlington, New Jersey due to heart failure.  He was 71.

    Jay is survived by his wife Margaret Wilke of Mt. Arlington, NJ; his daughter Samantha Linehan and her husband Nick of Hackettstown, NJ, and son Paul Siegel of Brooklyn, NY; and his two grandsons Tommy and Ben Linehan of Hackettstown, NJ.  He is also survived by his two sisters Judy Siegel of Gaithersburg, MD and Pam Douglas and her husband Ed of Las Vegas, NV.