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Rigoberto Hernandez
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Professor of Chemistry at Johns Hopkins University
Professor of Chemistry at Johns Hopkins University

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On celebrating my 11th and last Herty Medal Dinner as Host
The Georgia Local Section of the American Chemical Society has a deep history in recognizing research and service toward the advancement of chemistry in the nation’s service. The first of the Herty Medals was awarded in 1933 to Fred Allison. Charles Herty w...

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On celebrating my 11th and last Herty Medal Dinner as Host
The Georgia Local Section of the American Chemical Society has a deep history in recognizing research and service toward the advancement of chemistry in the nation’s service. The first of the Herty Medals was awarded in 1933 to Fred Allison. Charles Herty w...

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The talking head video for my District IV Director campaign
You may recall my recent post on the making of a video segment for my District IV Director election campaign . Well now you can see it... Check it out here ! And the election window is coming up... It runs from October 1 to October 30! So if you are an ACS ...

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District IV Director's Candidate Statement in CEN
As some of you may know, I am running to continue into my second term on the Board of Directors of the American Chemical Society (ACS) . The candidate statements have just appeared in the September 12th issue of C&EN, and I reproduce mine below. The text is...

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Video Segment on my Candidacy for District IV Director
This Fall, I am running to continue into my second term on the Board of Directors of the American Chemical Society (ACS). As part of our effort to communicate with members, a 2-3 minute video segment of me discussing my vision for the ACS was just recorded ...

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On my interview on KGOU Race Matters Show...

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Diversity in the Marketplace of Ideas
During my Phi Beta Kappa visit to University of Oklahoma back in late March of this year, my host Ron Halterman added a somewhat unusual meeting to my visit. Namely, he arranged for me to go to a recording studio at the local NPR station, KGOU . While there...

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Humble and excited to share the news about the Gompf Chair!

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Bittersweet transitions: Thomas E. Gompf Chair in Chemistry
On July 14th, I received a phone call from my department Chair, Ken Karlin. He was excited to inform me that the Board of Trustees had just approved my appointment as the inaugural holder of the Thomas E. Gompf Chair in Chemistry. Elation! An endowed profes...

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On my research group's move to Johns Hopkins...
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