Julius Arthur Nieuwland, Belgian clergyman, educator. Fellow Indiana Academy Science (vice president 1929.
Nieuwland, Julius Arthur was born on February 14, 1878 in Hansbeke, Belgium. Son of John Baptist and Philomena (Van Hoeck) Nieuwland.
Bachelor of Arts, Notre Dame U., 1899, Doctor of Science, 1901. Doctor of Philosophy, Catholic U., 1904.
Ordained priest R.C. Church, 1903. Member faculty University of Notre Dame, since 1904. Dean College of Science, 1920-1923, professor organic chemistry, since 1923.
Curator Botanical Herbarium and E. L. Greene Herbarium. Botanical librarian. Founder Nieuwland Herbarium, American Midland Naturalist. Morehead medalist, 1932.
American Institute medalist, 1935. Wm. H. Nichols medalist, 1935.
Author: Some Reactions of Acetylene, 1904. Editor of a de luxe edition of Le Conte’s unpublished plates, 1917. Contributor on botanical, acetylene, boron chemistry and intermediates for synthetic rubber.
Fellow Indiana Academy Science (vice president 1929.