UDM receives Detroit American Chemical Society Awards
Four University of Detroit Mercy Chemistry/Biochemistry faculty and staff members were recognized by the Detroit American Chemical Society (ACS) at its annual awards dinner, held June 7 at the Henry Hotel in Dearborn.
Associate Professor of Chemistry/Biochemistry Matt Mio received the 2012 Distinguished Service Award for his "long and meritorious service to the section."
Chemistry/Biochemistry Storeroom Manager Meghann Murray was recognized with the E. Ann Nalley 2012 Regional Award for Volunteer Service to ACS for ”contributing significantly to the goals and objectives of the Society through regional activities.”
The Salutes to Excellence awards were presented to Associate Professor of Chemistry/Biochemistry Liz Roberts-Kirchhoff for providing a chemistry clinic for the Girl Scouts of America of Metro Detroit for several years, and to Chemistry/Biochemistry Professor and Chair Mark Benvenuto for his work as chair of the Central Regional meeting of ACS.
Release date: June 07, 2012
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The University of Detroit Mercy is Michigan's largest private Catholic University, with more than 100 academic majors and programs. Sponsored by the Society of Jesus (the Jesuits) and the Sisters of Mercy, the University has campuses located in downtown and northwest Detroit.
UDM is one of 28 Jesuit colleges and universities and the largest of 17 Mercy institutions of higher education in the United States. For the 14th consecutive year, University of Detroit Mercy is listed in the top tier of Midwest regional universities in the 2015 edition of the U.S. News & World Report's "Best Colleges" rankings.