Kristin Dittenhafer-Reed receives new National Science Foundation award

Kristin Dittenhafer-Reed, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, received a $320,498 award from the National Science Foundation Major Research Instrumentation Program for the project titled MRI: Acquisition of a High Resolution LC/MS/MS to Enable Undergraduate Chemical and Biochemical Research Across Six Disciplines in the Natural and Applied Sciences at Hope College.

Co-principal investigators on this project include Jonathan Peterson, the Lavern ’39 and Betty DePree ’41 Van Kley Professor of Geology and Environmental Science; Kenneth Brown, Professor of Chemistry; Jason Gillmore, Professor of Chemistry; and Matthew Smith, Associate Professor of Engineering.

Our Public Affairs and Marketing team has developed a great feature on Kristin’s award–it’s worth a read on the significant impact this award will have on our researchers and students.

Congratulations, Kristin!

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