Inorganic Chemist Kim Dunbar’s Remarkable Achievements of the Previous Decades — iCrowdNewswire

Kim Renee Dunbar
2 min readAug 18, 2020

iCrowd Newswire — Aug 17, 2020

received the distinguished Fred Basolo Medal For Outstanding Research in Inorganic Chemistry, which was presented to her ceremoniously in October 2019. The Fred Basolo Medal receives its name from a professor at Northwestern University, who made the university’s inorganic chemistry department one of the top institutions in the United States.

2. The Distinguished Service Award for the Advancement of Inorganic Chemistry

received the Distinguished Service Award for the Advancement of Inorganic Chemistry back in 2015, when it was presented to her out in Boulder, Colorado. She is but the second woman to receive this high honor. This award is given for her significant contributions to inorganic chemistry through research and service. It is an enormous honor and distinction to be recognized with this award, and it was even more meaningful to be one of only two women to ever receive it, recounts.

3. Honorary Degree From Westminster College

Originally published at https://icrowdnewswire.com on August 18, 2020.

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Kim Renee Dunbar

Kim Renee Dunbar has a Ph.D. in Inorganic Chemistry and likes to share what she has learned with others!