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Dr. Alex Brown

Post-doctoral research associate, Emory University
Post-doctoral research associate, University of Alabama
NSERC Post-doctoral fellow, University of Bristol
Ph.D. (Chemistry), The University of Western Ontario
B.Sc. (Chemical Physics), The University of Waterloo

     Status: Associate Professor and Associate Chair (Undergraduate)

     Office number: W4-70D Gunning/Lemieux Chemistry Centre

     Tel no: (780)-492-1854

     Fax no: (780)-492-8231

     Postal address: Department of Chemistry, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, T6G 2G2

     Email: alex.brown@ualberta.ca

     Awards:Rutherford Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching 2013
                  Faculty of Science Award for Excellent Teaching 2012
                  GSA Graduate Student Supervisor Award 2012
                  Alberta Ingenuity New Faculty Award 2007-2009
                  Chemistry Student Association Teaching Award 2004 and 2007
                  Canadian Foundation for Innovation New Opportunities Fund Award 2003

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April 2014 -Congratulations to Evan and Aliaks for receiving NSERC-USRAs.

March 2014 -Congratulations to Melis for passing her CHEM 502.

March 2014 -Congratulations to Mohammad S. for receiving an FGSR GSTA award.

Only self-funded graduate student positions available for Fall 2014. Undergraduate student positions available for Fall 2014. If you are a chemistry student thinking about CHEM 299 or CHEM 401/403, I will be taking students for the F2014/W2105 academic terms.
See Group or contact alex.brown@ualberta.ca for details.

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