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Hsu receives the Van Dyke Research Award!

Hsu receives the Van Dyke Research Award!

January 14, 2021
Hsu-Chun Tsai

Congratulations to Hsu-Chun for winning the Van Dyke Research Award! She's been carrying out excellent research on alchemical free energy calculations and has co-authored 3 papers in the last year (see our highight on Free Energy Hat Trick). 

The Van Dyke Award recognizes full-time graduate students that show excellence in their Ph.D. research.

Francis C. Van Dyke was appointed Professor of Analytical Chemistry at Queens (later Rutgers) College in 1871. Over a long career here, he taught physics, botany, and physiology, as well as chemistry, and served as Dean of the College from 1901-1913. The Van Dyke endowment was set up with funds from a bequest by Prof. Van Dyke's niece.