ONAMI Researcher named to endowed professorship

March 01 2010

University of Oregon Professor David Tyler has been named the first recipient of the Charles J. and M. Monteith Jacobs Professorship in Chemistry. Appointment to an endowed professorship recognizes outstanding contributions to a research discipline and teaching. Candidates are expected to have achieved a level of national and international recognition. Tyler, a member of the Materials Science Institute, and an ONAMI Member Researcher, is widely recognized as a dedicated teacher and mentor, and has a long history of productive research. His CV lists 174 papers in print, and several articles accepted or submitted for publication. Tyler’s general research area is inorganic and organometallic chemistry. More information on Prof. Tyler’s research is available on his website http://chemistry.uoregon.edu/fac.html?tyler .

The Charles J. and M. Monteith Jacobs Professorship in Chemistry is a newly created endowed professorship. It was made possible by two gifts from the late Charles J. Jacobs, and was named for both himself and his brother.

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