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August 2, 2010
Volume 88, Number 31
pp. 60 - 62

2010 ACS Fellows

Society honors 192 members in the second year of its fellows program

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“Whether it’s making new materials, finding cures for disease, or developing energy alternatives, these fellows are scientific leaders, improving our lives through the transforming power of chemistry,” said ACS President Joseph S. Francisco in announcing the 2010 class of ACS Fellows. “They are also consummate volunteers who contribute tirelessly to the community and the profession.”

The 192 new ACS Fellows will be honored at the society’s fall national meeting in Boston later this month. The members of this class represent well the breadth of the discipline: 33 of ACS’s 34 technical divisions are represented. And 79 of its 189 local sections are represented.

The fellows program began in 2009 to recognize and honor ACS members for their outstanding achievements in and contributions to the science, the profession, and service to the society. This year’s group members, like the first 163 ACS Fellows named in 2009, represent academe, industry, and government. Additional information about the program is available at www.acs.org/fellows.

Magid Abou-Gharbia
Temple University

Terry Edward Acree
Cornell University

Rigoberto C. Advincula
University of Houston

Joe D. Allison
ConocoPhillips Co.

G. Bryan Balazs
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Alan L. Balch
University of California, Davis

Bridgette A. Barry
Georgia Institute of Technology

Rodney J. Bartlett
University of Florida

Richard A. Bartsch
Texas Tech University

Peter Beak
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Jerry A. Bell
American Chemical Society (Retired)

Judith L. Benham
3M (Retired)

Dale L. Boger
Scripps Research Institute

James E. Boggs
University of Texas, Austin

Rita R. Boggs
American Research & Testing Inc.

Paul A. Bouis
Virginia Military Institute

Kristin Bowman-James
University of Kansas

W. H. Jack Breazeale Jr.
Francis Marion University

Theodore L. Brown
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Kay M. Brummond
University of Pittsburgh

Michelle V. Buchanan
Oak Ridge National Laboratory

William E. Buhro
Washington University

James D. Burke
Rohm and Haas Co. (Retired)

Cynthia J. Burrows
University of Utah

Bruce E. Bursten
University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Donald J. Burton
University of Iowa

Mike L. Buttram
Texarkana College

Charles E. Carraher Jr.
Florida Atlantic University

Margaret A. Cavanaugh
National Science Foundation

Eun-Woo Chang
National Science Foundation

Dwight W. Chasar
BFGoodrich/Noveon/Lubrizol (Retired)

Mukund S. Chorghade
Thinq Pharma

Helena L. Chum
National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Sue Brannon Clark
Washington State University

Judith Cohen
Cordis Corp.

Daniel L. Comins
North Carolina State University

Alan B. Cooper
Merck Research Laboratories

Wendy Cornell
Merck Research Laboratories

Norman C. Craig
Oberlin College

Christopher J. Cramer
University of Minnesota

Hai-Lung Dai
Temple University

Nar S. (Naresh) Dalal
Florida State University

William H. Daly
Louisiana State University

John H. Dawson
University of South Carolina

M. Elizabeth Derrick
Valdosta State University

Darryl DesMarteau
Clemson University

Wendell L. Dilling
Central Michigan University

Jonathan S. Dordick
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Carol A. Duane
D&D Consultants of Mentor

Philip E. Eaton
University of Chicago

John H. Engelman
S.C. Johnson & Son Inc.

Alan D. English
DuPont Central Research & Development

E. Robert Fanick
Southwest Research Institute

Galen B. Fisher
University of Michigan

William H. Flank
Pace University

Warren T. Ford
Oklahoma State University

Marye Anne Fox
University of California, San Diego

Jean M. J. Frechet
King Abdullah University of Science & Technology

Alfred D. French
U.S. Department of Agriculture

Cynthia M. Friend
Harvard University

Anne M. Gaffney
AMG Chemistry & Catalysis Consulting

Barbara J. Garrison
Pennsylvania State University

Nicholas E. Geacintov
New York University

Martin L. Gorbaty
ExxonMobil Research & Engineering Co. (Retired)

George R. Gross

Gary L. Grunewald
University of Kansas

C. David Gutsche
Washington University

Kathleen O’Leary Havelka
Diversey Inc.

Craig J. Hawker
University of California

Louis S. Hegedus
Colorado State University

Frederick George Heineken
National Science Foundation (Retired)

Connie M. Hendrickson
Arkon Consultants

Rigoberto Hernandez
Georgia Institute of Technology

Donald G. Hicks
Georgia State University (Retired)

K. W. Hipps
Washington State University

Chi-Tang Ho
Rutgers University

David T. Hobbs
Savannah River National Laboratory

Paul F. Hollenberg
University of Michigan

Enrique Iglesia
University of California, Berkeley

George E. Inglett
USDA/ARS/National Center for Agricultural Utilization Research

Leonard Vincent Interrante
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

William M. Jackson
University of California, Davis

Peter A. Jacobi
Dartmouth College

Kenneth A. Jacobson
National Institute of Diabetes & Digestive & Kidney Diseases

Mark A. Johnson
Yale University

Russell W. Johnson
Honeywell International

Paul R. Jones
University of Michigan

Wayne E. Jones Jr.
Binghamton University, SUNY

William D. Jones
University of Rochester

Eric W. Kaler
Stony Brook University

Howard E. Katz
Johns Hopkins University

Bruce D. Kay
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Laura L. Kiessling
University of Wisconsin, Madison

Diane Krone
Northern Highlands Regional High School

Branka M. Ladanyi
Colorado State University

C. Marvin Lang
University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point

Zafra Margolin Lerman

Melanie Jemison Lesko
Texas A&M University, Galveston

Marsha I. Lester
University of Pennsylvania

Dennis Liotta
Emory University

Gang-Yu Liu
University of California

Timothy P. Lodge
University of Minnesota

David John Lohse
ExxonMobil Research & Engineering Co.

Robert J. Madix
Stanford University

Lawrence J. Marnett
Vanderbilt University

Krzysztof Matyjaszewski
Carnegie Mellon University

V. Michael Mautino
Bayer MaterialScience LLC

C. Gordon McCarty
University of South Carolina, Beaufort

Lisa McElwee-White
University of Florida

Saundra Yancy McGuire
Louisiana State University

Claude F. Meares
University of California

Kenneth M. Merz Jr.
University of Florida

E. Gerald Meyer
University of Wyoming

Josef Michl
University of Colorado, Boulder & ASCR Prague, Czech Republic

Terry A. Miller
Ohio State University

Timothy K. Minton
Montana State University

Gary Molander
University of Pennsylvania

Ingrid Montes
University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras

C. Bradley Moore
University of California, Berkeley

Jeffrey S. Moore
University of Illinois

Mamie Wong Moy
University of Houston

Kenneth L. Nash
Washington State University

Joseph B. Natowitz
Texas A&M University

Donna J. Nelson
University of Oklahoma

David J. Nesbitt
University of Colorado, JILA/NIST

Daniel M. Neumark
University of California, Berkeley

Iwao Ojima
Stony Brook University, SUNY

Mary Virginia Orna
College of New Rochelle

Michael J. Owen
Michigan Molecular Institute

Thomas J. Pacansky
Apollo Ventures LLC

Albert Padwa
Emory University

Attila E. Pavlath
USDA/Western Regional Research Center

Vincent L. Pecoraro
University of Michigan

John Penna
Governor Livingston High School (Retired)

Trevor M. Penning
University of Pennsylvania

Howard M. Peters
Peters, Verny LLP (Retired)

Russell W. Phifer
WC Environmental LLC

Dorothy J. Phillips
Waters Corp.

Stanley H. Pine
California State University, Los Angeles

William F. Polik
Hope College

Philip S. Portoghese
University of Minnesota

Douglas J. Raber
GreenPoint Science

Mark Ratner
Northwestern University

Malcolm M. Renfrew
University of Idaho (Retired)

Charles H. Reynolds

Judy Riffle
Virginia Tech University

James H. Rigby
Wayne State University

J. David Robertson
University of Missouri, Columbia

Stephen Rodemeyer
California State University, Fresno (Emeritus)

John N. Russell Jr.
U.S. Naval Research Laboratory

Joseph C. Salamone
Rochal Industries LLP

Maria M. Santore
University of Massachusetts

Alfred P. Sattelberger
Argonne National Laboratory

Alanna Schepartz
Yale University

Harold Schobert
Pennsylvania State University

A. Truman Schwartz
Macalester College

Gustavo E. Scuseria
Rice University

James N. Seiber
University of California, Davis

Fereidoon Shahidi
Memorial University

Bassam Z. Shakhashiri
University of Wisconsin, Madison

John E. Sheats
Rider University

Jean’ne M. Shreeve
University of Idaho

Scott McN. Sieburth
Temple University

Herbert B. Silber
San Jose State University

Dennis W. Smith Jr.
University of Texas, Dallas

Chunshan Song
Pennsylvania State University

Leslie H. Sperling
Lehigh University

Michael E. Strem
Strem Chemicals Inc.

Kenneth S. Suslick
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Kathleen C. Taylor
General Motors (Retired)

Paul H. Terry
U.S. Department of Agriculture (Retired)

Robert D. Tilton
Carnegie Mellon University

David A. Tirrell
California Institute of Technology

William B. Tolman
University of Minnesota

Walter S. Trahanovsky
Iowa State University

Claudia Turro
Ohio State University

John G. Verkade
Iowa State University

Yong Wang
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Paul S. Weiss
University of California, Los Angeles

Robert A. Weiss
University of Akron

Christopher J. Welch
Merck Research Laboratories

Henry F. Whalen Jr.
PQ Corp. (Retired)

Ralph A. Wheeler
Duquesne University

David G. Whitten
University of New Mexico

Charles L. Wilkins
University of Arkansas

Angela K. Wilson
University of North Texas

Paul H. Wine
Georgia Institute of Technology

Peter Wipf
University of Pittsburgh

Elaine S. Yamaguchi
Chevron Oronite Co. LLC

Ahmed H. Zewail
California Institute of Technology

Joseph R. Zoeller
Eastman Chemical Co.

Timothy S. Zwier
Purdue University

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