University of Michigan Professor of Chemistry Brian Coppola has been named a 2015 Fellow by the American Chemical Society (ACS).

Contribution to the science/profession: Recognized for pioneering the integration of instructional development with a multi-generational program for future faculty education (Chemical Sciences at the Interface of Education–University of Michigan), which has transformed the departmental culture for work in discipline-centered chemistry education.

Contribution to the ACS community: Served as an Officer and Councilor for the Huron Valley Local Section (21 years) and as a member of the Society Committee on Education, the Committee on Science, and task forces. Also served as Program Chair of the 2000 Biennial Conference on Chemical Education and as an organizer of numerous symposia.

See the complete list of 78 fellows for 2015