Penn Chemistry welcomes new physical faculty member

We are pleased to announce that Dr. Joseph Subotnik has joined Penn Chemistry! Joe comes to Penn from Tel Aviv University where he served as a NSF International Research Postdoctoral Fellow. Joe's appointment will begin in July of 2010. Welcome Joe!

Penn Chemistry welcomes new inorganic faculty member

We are pleased to announce that Dr. Eric J. Schelter has joined Penn Chemistry! Eric comes to Penn from Los Alamos National Laboratory where he served as the Frederick Reines Distinguished Postdoctoral Fellow. Welcome Eric!

Amos Smith to receive honorary degree

Amos Smith will receive an honorary doctorate degree from Queen's University Belfast in recognition of his contributions to Organic Chemistry!

Solar Energy Conference at Penn on Saturday, February 7th!

"Solar Energy Capture and Conversion: Materials, Challenges, and Breakthroughs"
Saturday 7 February 2009
University of Pennsylvania

Keynote speakers:

Marisa Kozlowski & Patrick Walsh author new textbook...

Penn Chemistry faculty members Marisa Kozlowski and Patrick Walsh are the authors of the newly released "Fundamentals of Asymmetric Catalysis", published by University Science Books. Please see the link for full details.


Amos Smith receives RSC Simonsen Lectureship

Winner of the RSC Simonsen Lectureship, Professor Amos B. Smith III from the University of Pennsylvania, USA, will be delivering a lecture at a number of locations in the UK throughout November 2008.

He won the award for his numerous outstanding contributions to the total synthesis of complex natural products.

Faculty Position Opening

The Department of Chemistry at the University of Pennsylvania plans to make a tenure track appointment in chemistry at the Assistant Professor level. The appointment will be in the broadly defined areas of Inorganic or Physical Chemistry. Applications from exceptional senior candidates may also be considered.

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