Kris Bosse '02 Awarded Pfizer Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship
Story posted April 16, 2001
Kristopher R. Bosse '02 has been awarded a 2001 Pfizer Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship in Chemistry from Pfizer Global Research & Development.
The award will permit Bosse, working with Richard Broene, associate professor of chemistry, to devote full-time to his research project “The Synthesis of Bis-Cyclopentadienyl Ligands for Enantioselective Catalysis” for ten weeks this summer. Bosse will then give an informal poster presentation on his research at the PGRD, Groton Laboratories in Groton, Conn., October 19.
Bosse is among just 15 undergraduates in chemistry across the United States to be awarded this fellowship. The award provides $5,000 with a minimum of $3,500 to go directly to the student in support of full-time summer research. Up to $1,500 may go to the academic department to provide supplies and equipment for the research project.
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