Tucson, AZ –June 13, 2013 – Research Corporation for Science Advancement (RCSA), the nation’s oldest foundation devoted wholly to science, announced today five new Scialog® awards totaling $750,000 to support innovative research in the area of solar energy conversion. The five awards consist of three single-investigator and two multi-investigator awards, resulting in seven new Scialog Fellows.
Tucson, AZ (May 31, 2013) – Four teams of scholars have been awarded Multiple Investigator awards through Research Corporation for Science Advancement’s Cottrell College Science Awards.
Tucson, AZ – February 25, 2013 – Research Corporation for Science Advancement (RCSA), America’s first foundation dedicated wholly to science, founded in 1912, announces its annual major U.S. science/teaching awards: 13 Cottrell Scholar grants for 2013, totaling $975,000.
James M. Gentile, PhD, has decided to retire as President and CEO and return to his academic roots as a professor and Dean of the Sciences at Hope College in Holland, MI.
The RCSA Board of Directors has appointed former RCSA Vice President Jack Pladziewicz, PhD, as Interim President, and a national search for a permanent successor has begun.
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