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Dr. Ronald J Gillespie Award Winner Print E-mail

Congratulations to David Brock who recently received “The Dr. Ronald J. Gillespie Prize in Inorganic Chemistry” for the period of September 1, 2010 – August 31, 2011.

The Dr. Ronald J Gillespie Prize in Inorganic Chemistry was established in 2009 by friends and colleagues in honor of Professor Ronald J Gillespie, F.R.S., F.R.S.C., F.R.S.C (U.K.), F.C.I.C., C.M., in recognition of 50 years of significant contributions to research and scholarly teaching in the Department of Chemistry at McMaster University.  The scholarship is to be awarded by the School of Graduate Studies to a student enrolled in a Ph.D. program in inorganic chemistry, who in the judgment of a selection committee comprised of the Associate Chair of Chemistry responsible for graduate studies and inorganic chemists within the Department of Chemistry , demonstrates outstanding scholastic achievement and innovative research that embraces elements of fundamental inorganic chemistry.

David, please accept my congratulations on this recognition from the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology of your academic excellence and my best wishes for your future success.






Connie Carrabs

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