News + Announcements
  • Professor Roizen Takes Education Beyond the Classroom

    Professor Jennifer Roizen is taking lectures out of the classroom, with the assistance of Duke's Center for Instructional Technology.  Please see the Duke Today article highlighting Open Organic Chemistry as well as a number of CIT's Massive Open Online Course projects.


  • Brett Hemric Receives Travel Fellowship

    Brett Hemric, a member of the Wang Group, has received a travel award from the American Chemical Society's Division of Organic Chemistry. Brett will present his research at the 252nd American Chemical Society National Meeting in Philadelphia this August. Congratulations, Brett! 


  • Dr. Ken Lyle Receives Mentor Award

    The first annual STEMmy Awards were celebrated on Wednesday, May 25 at RTP Headquarters.  The award recognizes organizations, individuals and partners of RTP for their contributions in making the STEM fields more accessible to under-represented minorities.   Dr. Lyle received a STEM Mentor of the Year Award for his meaningful interactions with youth while fostering the STEM fields.



  • Prof. Qiu Wang Receives Camille Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Award

    We are delighted to announce that Prof. Qiu Wang was awarded a 2016 Camille Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Award from the Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation. This award recognizes demonstrated leadership in research and education and follows on the heels of her recent NSF CAREER Award and Sloan Research Award.  Congratulations, Qiu!


  • Xiao Zhang Receives Graduate School Fellowships

    Congratulations to Mr. Xiao Zhang, a Katherine Goodman Stern Fellow for the 2016-2017 academic year.  This Graduate School competitive award will provide the funding necessary for Xiao to continue his study on the yield of high quality few walled carbon nanotubes under the guidance of Professor Jie Liu.  The Stern fellowship follows on the heels of the Graduate School’s Peter Walter Jeffs Summer Research Fellowship, for which Xiao received for summer 2016.