Each year, the Musselman Visiting Scientist program brings a prominent chemist to campus for an intensive series of lectures on contemporary issues in the field. The series sharpens the knowledge of students and faculty alike and creates connections with chemists at other institutions of higher learning and in industry.
Dr. Dan Nocera (pictured above) was the Musselman Visiting Scientist for 2012. Nocera is the Patterson Rockwood Professor of Energy in Harvard’s Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology where his research group studies a broad range of topics including the basic mechanisms of energy conversion in biology and more recently the generation of solar fuels.
Stay tuned for an announcement of next years Musselman Visiting Scientist.
History of the Musselman Visiting Scientists program