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Kim Renee Dunbar

What is the Dunbar Research Group? Founder Kim Renee Dunbar Explains the Group’s Philosophy

Kim Renee Dunbar Discusses Her Inorganic Chemistry Research Group at Texas A&M University Kim Renee Dunbar, an acclaimed scientist in the field of inorganic chemistry, founded the Dunbar Research Group in Lansing, Michigan at Michigan State University in 1987 and later moved her research enterprise to College Station at Texas A&M University in 1999 where she is […]

Kim Dunbar - Prestigious Honor for Work in Chemistry

What is an Honorary Degree? Kim Dunbar Receives Prestigious Honor for Work in Chemistry

Kim Dunbar Recognized for Work in Science Over the Decades What is an honorary degree, and how can you earn one? According to Priceonomics (https://priceonomics.com/why-do-colleges-give-out-honorary-degrees/), honorary degrees have been awarded for more than 500 years. They are given to an individual for whom the usual requirements of attaining a degree are waived. Kim Dunbar, a […]

Q&A With STEM Advocate and Co-Advisor of the Texas A&M NOBCChE Chapter Kim Renee Dunbar Discusses her Career and

The Texas A&M chapter of the National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers Chemist was honored by the National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers.Kim Renee Dunbar who is co-advisor of the student organization has been a staunch advocate of STEM careers (science, technology, engineering, math) […]

Kim Renee Dunbar - 2019 Basola Medal for Outstanding Research

2019 Basola Medal for Outstanding Research in Inorganic Chemistry Awarded to Kim Renee Dunbar

Kim Renee Dunbar Receives Honor for Research, Years of Service in Inorganic Chemistry Field   Kim Renee Dunbar was chosen as the winner of the prestigious 2019 Basola Medal for Outstanding Research in Inorganic Chemistry to celebrate her career achievements over the last three decades.   The award is presented each year by Northwestern University […]