Julia Dressel Wins ACS Award

Congratulations to Julia Dressel, who has won the 2020 ACS Division of Inorganic Chemistry Award for Undergraduate Research! This award is given to three student/mentor teams annually, representing the categories of Primarily Undergraduate Institutions, Research Universities, and Corporate/National/Federal Laboratories. Together with her mentor, Asst. Prof. Charles Machan, Julia was recognized for her contributions to the development of molecular Cr-based electrocatalysts for the reduction of carbon dioxide. Julia will receive an honorarium and commemorative plaque in recognition of these achievements, present at a special symposium at the Fall 2021 National ACS Meeting in Atlanta, and be a guest of honor at a dinner held by the ACS INOR Executive Committee.

Julia’s published work: ACS Catalysis 2020, 10, 1146–1151.

Information on the award may be found here.