Sheila Murphy named as ACS Fellow

Sheila Murphy, a long time serving Executive committee member of the CELL division has been named ACS Fellow in 2019. She is recognized for her significant contributions to the cellulose chemistry for dissolving pulp manufacture and applications including research, manufacturing and customer support, as well as external technology support coordinating industrial research with academics. Sheila is also recognized for sustained service to the Division of Cellulose and Renewable Materials serving as Councilor, Division Chair, Alternate Councilor, Program Chair, Events Chair and Industrial Liaison.

The ACS Fellow program began in 2008 as a way to recognize and honor ACS members for outstanding achievements in and contributions to science, the profession, and the American Chemical Society.

Congratulations to Sheila!

3 thoughts on “Sheila Murphy named as ACS Fellow”

  1. Sheila, you are a magnificent testament to how scholarship, technology, and leadership in the chemical enterprise intersect to serve the most fundamental needs of society. Congratulations for all that you have done, do, and will do!

    1. Thank you Lucian for your very generous comments. I feel honored to be part of a division with such talented and friendly members.

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