Lectures, Seminars, and Symposiums
This event is held biannually in honor of former Professor Albert I. Meyers, who passed away in October 2007. Meyers was a key contributor to the Chemistry department at Colorado State. He received numerous awards and honors for his work in stereocontrolled organic synthesis and was a member of the National Academy of Sciences.
The Analytical Chemistry Lecture Series provides opportunities for distinguished scholars to offer seminars for our graduate students and the general public. These are offered several times per week throughout each semester.
John K. Stille Symposium Endowment
Stille began teaching at Colorado State in 1977 and was one of CSU’s first University Distinguished Professors. Dr. Stille ranked among the world’s foremost synthetic polymer chemists. He is renowned for development of the Stille Reaction, which played a central role in the science for which the 2010 Nobel Prize was awarded. Stille’s research was cut short with his death on July 19, 1989, in the crash of United Airlines 232 in Sioux City, Iowa. His wife, Dolores, was a strong supporter of her husband’s career and of the chemistry department at Colorado State University until her death in February 1995.
Colorado State University created the John K. and Dolores Stille Symposium, a biannual event focused on topics within organic chemistry, after Stille and his late wife.