Danielle Zieg
University Communications
November 21, 2011

A National Science Foundation (NSF) Robert Noyce Fellowship grant for $1.2 million was awarded to Associate Professor Doris Kimbrough, chemistry; Associate Professor Leo Bruederle and Assistant Professor Laurel Hartley both of integrative biology, Assistant Professor Bryan Wee, environmental science, and Assistant Professor Robert “Bud” Talbot, School of Education and Human Development. The grant provides support for talented science majors who commit to becoming K-12 science teachers in high needs school districts in and around Denver.