University of Alaska Hypercube Scholar Award
Hypercube, Inc. originally supplied the network version of HyperChem to the chemistry departments at Fairbanks, Anchorage, Southeast, and UAA-Matsu College as part of a National Science Foundation-funded project to introduce molecular modeling methods to students and teachers at these campuses. The project, "Enhancing Chemistry Curricula Through Molecular Modeling: A Multi-Campus Consortium Approach", was submitted by John Keller (UAF, PI), John Kennish (UAA), Michael Stekoll (UAS), and Rudolph Candler (UAA-Matsu) with funding from 2000-2004.
|Brian Englund||UAF||2005||Ph.D. student, Michigan State University|
|Greg Cushing||UAF||2006||Ph.D. student, University of Virginia|
|Shandra Miller||UAF||2007||Ph.D. student, University of Alaska|
Shandra Miller accepting the 2007 Hypercube Scholar Award from John Keller at the UAF Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Christmas Potluck-Poster Session, December 2007.