Nicholas Winograd Ph.D.
Dr. Winograd is currently an Evan Pugh Professor of Chemistryat Pennsylvania State University.
Education1970, Ph.D. in Chemistry, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH; 1967, B.S. in Chemistry, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY
Career Highlights1970-1975 Assistant Professor of Chemistry, Purdue University
1975-1979 Associate Professor of Chemistry, Purdue University
1979-1985 Professor of Chemistry, The Pennsylvania State University
1985-present Evan Pugh Professor of Chemistry, The Pennsylvania State University
AwardsNational Institute of Health Graduate Fellow, 1968-1970
Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Fellow, 1974-1977
John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellow, 1977-1978
Texas Instruments Foundation 1984 Founders' Prize
Faculty Scholar Medal for Outstanding Achievement, 1985
Awarded Evan Pugh Professor, 1985.
The Akron American Chemical Society Section Award, 1986
American Association for the Advancement of Science Fellow, 1987
American Microchemical Society Bennedetti-Pichler Award, 1991
Outstanding Alumnus Award, Case Western Reserve University, 1991
The Phyllis Johnson Patrick Awrd, Kansas State University, 1999
American Vacuum Society Fellow, 2002
Elected Chair of Evan Pugh Professors at Penn State, 2002 - .
Elected Chair of the International Committee for Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry, 2005 - .
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