Todd Spinner, Academic Advisor for the School of Chemical Sciences, is a 2018-19 LAS Award for Excellence in Academic Advising Recipient. Spinner has served Chemical Sciences as an adviser since 2010. Spinner has implemented several services and programs to assist students and collaborates closely with the departments and LAS to implement time-saving technology and to better track and serve students. Colleagues note that Spinner is committed to being available to his students, and students know him for his friendly and engaging demeanor, along with a thorough knowledge of how he can assist their studies. Read more.
Todd was honored at a ceremony on April 16, 2019, in the Alice Campbell Alumni Center.
The School of Chemical Sciences, along with the Departments of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and Chemistry, celebrated the Designation of an ACS National Historic Chemical Landmark for St. Elmo Brady on February 5, 2019. Dr. Brady was the first African American to earn a PhD in chemistry in the United States. Read More.