Prof Lauren Webb selected ‘women in chemistry’ award

Prof Lauren Webb selected for ‘women in chemistry’ award

5:18 PM, 3rd June 2011
Prof Lauren Webb selected for ‘women in chemistry’ award
Professor Lauren Webb, University of Texas, Austin.

TEXAS, US: Professor Lauren Webb has been selected to receive the 2011 Iota Sigma Pi Agnes Fay Morgan Research Award. She is invited to the Iota Sigma Pi National Convention in Cleveland, OH in June where she will be presented with her award.

Founded in 1902, Iota Sigma Pi is a national honours society for women in chemistry and serves to promote their advancement by granting recognition to those who have demonstrated high professional competence.

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