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Kim Renee Dunbar

First-Ever Ken and Nancy Long Chemistry Lecture Featured Kim Renee Dunbar as Guest Speaker

Across a career spanning decades of research, Kim Renee Dunbar has had a tremendous impact on the international scientific community’s understanding of inorganic chemistry. Recognized for her distinguished contributions to science, Dunbar was asked to be a guest speaker during Westminster College’s first inaugural Ken and Nancy Long Chemistry Lecture.   Over the years, Kim […]

Kim Renee Dunbar Receives 2019 Basolo Award for Standout Contributions to Science

Distinguished Professor of Chemistry at Texas A&M University Kim R. Dunbar will receive the 2019 Basolo Medal for Outstanding Research in Inorganic Chemistry this fall. The award recognizes her landmark contributions to science and the achievements of her more than three-decade career. Kim Renee Dunbar has spent more than 30 years furthering the scientific community’s understanding […]

Kim Renee Dunbar - Wins Distinguished Service Award from ACS

Kim Renee Dunbar Wins Distinguished Service Award from ACS

Chemist and professor at Texas A&M University Kim Renee Dunbar has contributed landmark research in inorganic chemistry for decades to the international scientific community. To honor her achievements in the advancement of inorganic chemistry, Dunbar received the prestigious ACS Distinguished Service award.  Since earning her Ph.D. in inorganic chemistry from Purdue University in 1984, Kim […]

Westminster College Recognizes the Scientific Contributions of Kim Renee Dunbar with Honorary Degree

A pioneer in the field of inorganic chemistry, Kim Renee Dunbar and her team at Texas A&M University have made significant contributions to the international scientific community. Her work has gone on to pioneer new applications in the field, and she has earned distinctions such as an Honorary Degree from Westminster College for her contributions. Over an […]

Kim Renee Dunbar

Kim Renee Dunbar Speaks at Westminster College During Inaugural Ken and Nancy Long Chemistry Lecture

Renowned professor and researcher Kim Renee Dunbar of Texas A&M University has changed the international scientific community’s understanding of inorganic chemistry since beginning her career decades ago. Among other notable appearances, she was invited to share her insight with the students and faculty of Westminster College for the Ken and Nancy Long Chemistry Lecture.    […]

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Kim Renee Dunbar Receives Inaugural Eminent Scholar Award

Professor of chemistry at Texas A&M University Kim Renee Dunbar makes landmark contributions to the study of inorganic chemistry that impact the scientific community worldwide. In addition to a number of accolades and fellowships, she received the inaugural Eminent Scholar Award in 2011, which showcases the extraordinary achievements of female Texas A&M University faculty members.  […]