Prof. Michael Gross received the award of Special Recognition for Excellence in Mentoring from the Graduate Student Senate at Washington University, 2002 - 2003.
Michael Gross received the Midwest Award for Achievements in Chemistry from the American Chemical Society.
Prof. William Buhro becomes Associate Editor for Chemistry of Materials.
Prof. Michael Gross received the award for Outstanding Faculty Mentor from the Graduate Student Senate at Washington University, 2001 - 2002.
Michael Gross was honored with a Watkins Visiting Professorship, Witchita State University.
Prof. Richard Loomis received the David and Lucile Packard Fellowship in Science and Engineering.
Prof. Joseph Ackerman was elected President of the Dynamic MR Spectroscopy Study Group for the International Society of Magn. Reson. Medicine.
Prof. William Buhro has become a member of the International Advisory Editorial Board, Dalton Transactions, 2001-2007.
Prof. Richard Loomis received the award of Special Recognition for Excellence in Mentoring from the Graduate Student Senate at Washington University, 2001 - 2002.
Prof. Kevin Moeller was awarded with the Washington University Student Union--College of Arts and Sciences Professor of the Year award.
Prof. Vladimir Birman is awarded the National Instititutes of Health National Research Service Award (2001 - 2003)
Michael Gross presented a Plenary Lecture, EnviroAnalysis Conference, Ottawa.
Prof. Michael Gross was awarded a Frontiers in Chemistry Lectureship, Wayne State University.
Prof. Richard Loomis received the Washington University CSAS Faculty Award for Teaching.
Prof. Dewey Holten received the Midwest Award for Achievement in Chemistry from the St. Louis Section of the American Chemical Society.
Prof. Joseph Ackerman has become an Associate Editor for the Journal of Magnetic Resonance. This position is on-going.
Prof. Joseph Ackerman was appointed Chair for the National Cancer Institute focus group on MR Spectroscopy in Clinical Oncology, NIH.
Michael Gross was given the Field and Franklin Award of the American Chemical Society.
Prof. Kevin Moeller was recognized as a State of Texas, Robert A. Welch Lecturer.
Prof. Richard Loomis receives the Research Corporation, Research Innovation Award.