The Department of Chemistry is pleased to announce that Anna Brosnahan, 3rd year undergraduate student, has been selected to receive an IPMI (International Precious Metals Instituted) Student Award. The International Precious Metals Institute (IPMI) is the largest and most well known association focused on precious metals in the world. The IPMI Awards Program pays tribute to individuals who have made a significant contribution in the field of precious metals. This is a nationally competitive program with approximately four undergraduate recipients per year, and Anna’s award comes with a cash stipend and an invitation to present her research at the upcoming IPMI meeting in Phoenix, AZ. Anna is conducting research in Professor Brent Gunnoe’s lab.
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