The Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation announces the selection of 8 Henry Dreyfus Teacher-Scholars for 2020. The award honors young faculty in the chemical sciences who have created an outstanding independent body of scholarship and are deeply committed to education with undergraduates. Each Henry Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar receives an unrestricted research grant of $75,000.

Nicholas Ball, Pomona College
New One-Electron Strategies in S(VI) Fluoride Chemistry


Katherine Berry, Mount Holyoke College
Molecular Mechanisms of Bacterial RNA-Binding Proteins


Christopher Hobbs, Sam Houston State University
Recycling Polymer-Supported Catalysts from Monomer to Polymer and Back to Monomer


Juan Navea, Skidmore College
Shedding Light on Atmospheric Interface Processes through Undergraduate Physical Chemistry Research


Kayode Oshin, Creighton University
Developing New Catalyst Systems for Atom Transfer Radical Addition Reactions


David Rider, Western Washington University
Research at the Intersection of Polymer Chemistry, Applied Polymer Science, and Nanomaterials


John Sivey, Towson University
Environmental Transformations Involving Commonly Overlooked Constituents in Disinfected Water and in Agrochemical Formulations


Lindsay Soh, Lafayette College
Designing Sustainable Biorefinery Products and Processes Using Green Chemistry and Engineering