Dr. Gary Eiceman Honored

EicemanDr. Gary Eiceman, Professor of Analytical Chemistry, was honored at the first Scholarly Excellence Rally of the Fall Semester on September 19, 2014.

This event, sponsored by the Office of the Vice-president for Research, recognized Dr. Eiceman and his research group for consistently and regularly receiving support from both government and industry sources for their studies of ion mobility spectrometry and ion-molecule gas phase reactions.  The group has recently received several significant awards, including one from the National Science Foundation.

After introductory remarks by Deputy Provost Greg Fant, Dr. Eiceman presented an overview of the work of his laboratory and introduced colleagues in his work.  He was then available to answer questions.

(The Office of the Vice President for Research hosts a series of Scholarly Excellence Rallies to inform the university community and stakeholders within the State of New Mexico about the most significant research and creative activities of NMSU’s faculty and staff.  These Rallies honor faculty and staff for excellence and are designed to elevate awareness about NMSU’s scholarly efforts, their breadth and diversity,  and their impact on the New Mexico community and elsewhere.   Rally honorees include researchers and project leaders for bringing significant external funding to the university, as well as faculty and staff for recognized scholarly achievements nominated by peers.  Students, faculty, campus leadership, government officials and the media are invited to participate in the Scholarly Excellence Rallies and to learn about the important discovery happening at New Mexico State University. )


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