alexis eugene

Alexis Eugene's NASA Graduate Fellowship on the Contribution of Model Aqueous Aerosol Formation from 2-Oxocarboxylic Acids to Earth’s Radiation Balance was renewed!

Alexis Eugene's (Guzman group) NASA Graduate Fellowship on "Contribution of Model Aqueous Aerosol Formation from 2-Oxocarboxylic Acids to Earth’s Radiation Balance" was renewed. Congratulations, Alexis!

 

Guzman's Group Shows that Carboxylic Acids Behave as Superacids on the Surface of Water

Paper from the Guzman Lab among the most read American Chemical Society articles of 2017 in Physical Chemistry

Alexis Eugene wins NASA Graduate Fellowship

LEXINGTON, Ky. (July 15, 2016) Alexis Eugene, a University of Kentucky doctoral student in the Department of Chemistry, has been awarded the NASA Earth and Space Science Fellowship.

Alexis Eugene recognized for research at TFISE Forum

Alexis Eugene was recognized for her research at the 5th Annual Tracy Farmer Institute for Sustainaility and the Environment (TFISE) Forum held in December 2015.  Her poster presentation titled "Photochemistry of alpha-keto acids in model atmospheric waters" received recognition as one of the two best graduate student posters.

National Award, Global Implications: Alexis Eugene

Faculty members in the Department of Chemistry characterize Alexis Eugene as an outstanding student, critical thinker and driven researcher. Her accomplishments were recently recognized at the national level as she received the Graduate Student Award from the Environmental Chemistry Division of the American Chemical Society.
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