Sam Greer Wins the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

Sam Greer, a 1st-year graduate student in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, has been awarded the prestigious NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. The award will provide three years of funding for Sam's research project, which focuses on the application of magnetic resonance techniques to the study of magnetically coupled transition metal clusters and photoresponsive magnetic materials. Sam is carrying out his PhD work under joint guidance of Prof. Stephen Hill in Physics and Prof. Michael Shatruk in Chemistry and Biochemistry.

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