Please join us as we honor Dennis Lindle, PhD, Chairman of the UNLV Chemistry Department. Dinner & Cocktails at the Mundo Mexican Restaurant in the World Market Center start a 6 PM, Friday April 29th. The cost is $55.
Dr. Lindle has brought International recognition to UNLV in Photoionization (the area that Albert Einstein earn his Nobel Prize in Physics) and in Resonant Inelastic Soft-X-Ray Scattering. In both these areas he is one of the top three in the world.
He has also earned:
* UNLV Barrick Distinguished Scholar Award
* UNLV Barrick Scholar Award
*Nevada Board of Regents Outstanding Faculty Member
*UNLV College of Sciences Distinguished Researcher Award.
He was the statewide project Director for Nevada's National Science Foundation (NSF) Experimental Program for the Stimulation of Competitive Research (EPSCoR) Program, Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE).
He has brought in over $5.7 million in grants to UNLV
More importantly, Dennis has helped build the UNLV Chemistry Department for the last 20 years and has helped hire a number of the top people in the department.
For these reasons and more, NevBio is recognizing Dennis Lindle with a Foundation of Excellence Award for his efforts to build as base for biotechnology and science in Nevada.
Friday, April 29th, Cocktails at 6 PM, Dinner at 7 PM. Price is $55. Come for either or both.