John Larese, professor in the Department of Chemistry, has been named an 2020 ACS Fellow.
The primary purpose of the ACS Fellows Program is to recognize and honor members of the American Chemical Society for their outstanding achievements in and contributions to the science and the profession and for their equally exemplary service to the Society.
“I have truly benefited by my service to ACS and LSAC and by all of the great individuals who have contributed to my scientific endeavors and career,” Larese said. “I’m especially proud of my effort in leading the science/design/funding case for the VISION Spectrometer at the SNS and the training of future scientists in the use of neutrons and novel materials. Clearly without the support and patience of my wife Maryann and children such pursuits are impossible.”