Sue Jackels selected for Dreyfus Foundation award

November 9, 2015

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Sue Jackels, professor emerita of chemistry, is one eight awardees named by the Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation's 2015 Senior Scientist Mentor Program. The award provides a $20,000 grant to emeritus faculty in the chemical sciences in support of undergraduate research to be conducted under their guidance. Awardees are selected from applications submitted by colleges and universities from throughout the United States. Jackels' project is titled "Investigation of East African Green Coffees Affected by Potato Taste Defect."

Established in 1946 by chemist, inventor and businessman Camille Dreyfus, the foundation is devoted to the advancement of the chemical sciences. For more information, visit