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Innovation Scholar Award
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January 2010, National Science Foundation, Nanomanufacturing Program announces CAREER Award for Dr. Zach
NSF International
              Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge Honorable
              Mention 2009
Image: Microbe vs. Mineral

February 19, 2010 Science Magazine Publishes Winners of 2009 International Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge.
This image selected for the 2012 NSF's Budget Request to Congress cover
Applied Materials & Interfaces
              April 2011Cover
April 27, 2011
Applied Materials & Interfaces cover story.

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UWSP undergraduate research student Tyler Shogren and Dr. Zach testifies before US House of Representatives, STEM Education Caucus in Washington, DC. photo. press release

UWSP undergraduate research student Corina Grodek and Dr. Zach were chosen by Argonne National Laboratory to represent the Center for Nanoscale Materials at the US Senate and US House of Representatives Office buildings during the National User Facility Organization's presentation to Congress. photo

Dr. Lori Lepak, postdoctoral researcher, presents our research at the international Materials Research Society in Cancun, Mexico and wins best poster!  Eleven UWSP undergraduate researchers are co-authors on this work. Congratulations to Lori and our student co-authors!

Teaching:
Current courses:
Chemistry 105, Fundamental Chemistry



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Laboratory:
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Past courses:
Year
Fall
Spring
Independent
Research
Students
2006-7
Chem 105
Chem 106

2007-8
Chem 105
Chem 106

2008-9
Chem105
Chem 106

2009-10
Chem 248
Chem 446

2010-11
Chem 248
Chem 446

2011-12
Chem 248
Chem 446

2012-13
Chem 105
Chem 446

2013-14
Chem 105
Chem 248

Chem 105 & 106, Fundamental Chemistry
Chem 248, Quantitative Analysis
Chem 446, Instrumental Analysis
Summers spent teaching research techniques
Requesting letters of recommendation

Research: Research is the exciting reward of studying chemistry, math, physics, biology, geology and all other scientific fields. Students at UW-Stevens Point have the opportunity to participate in independent research projects. Our students have the opportunity to discover something that no one else has ever done and be the first person in the world with that information. Unlike the normal classwork, where assignments are based upon existing procedures and the idea that you need to come up is the "standard answer," research is different. Research uses the fundamental "standard answers" as a starting point. The ultimate solution to a research project may ultimately be a procedure that you invent. Every bit of information you possess has a potential of being the key to your solving a tough research problem. Knowing the "standard answers" allows you to progress rapidly towards a goal. Creativity and attitude combined with a broad background of knowledge allows you to solve problems no one else has solved before.
Projects Research group Hydrogen videos
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