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Robert Howard Crabtree, British chemistry educator, consultant. award 1993). Fellow Royal Chemistry Society (Corday-Morgan medal 1984, Organometallic Chemistry medal 1991).

Background

Crabtree, Robert Howard was born on April 17, 1948. Came to the United States, 1977, naturalized, 1985. Son of Arthur and Marguerite (Vaniere) Crabtree.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, Sussex U., England, 1973, Honorary Doctor of Science, 1985.Attache De Recherche Centre Nationale de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris, 1975-1977. Assistant professor of chemistry, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, 1977-1983, associate professor, 1983-1985, professor, since 1985. Consultant Exxon Corporation, since 1984.

Career

Attache of research National Center for Science Research, Paris, 1975-1977. Assistant professor chemistry Yale University, New Haven, 1977-1983, associate professor, 1983-1985, professor, since 1985.

Achievements

  • Named Fellow of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation (1981)named Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar (1982)received the Corday-Morgan Medal from the Royal Society of Chemistry (1982)delivered the Esso Lectureship series (Toronto) (1986)named Albright and Wilson Visiting Professor at University of Warwick (1986)appointed to editorial board of Chemical Reviews (1990)received the Organometallic Chemistry Prize from American Chemical Society (1991)named Vice Chair of Organometallic Subdivision of ACS (1991)named Chair of Organometallic Subdivision of ACS (1992)received the Organometallic Chemistry Prize of ACS (1993)received the Mack Award from Ohio State University (1994)named H.C. Brown Lecturer at Purdue University (1996)named Vice Chair of Inorganic Chemistry Division of ACS (1997)named Chair of Inorganic Chemistry Division of ACS (1998)named Dow Lecturer at University of Ottawa (1999)received the ISI Highly Cited Author Award (2000)received the Bailar Medal at University of Illinois (2001)delivered Organometallic lecture at University of Richmond (2003)named Dow Lecturer at University of California, Berkeley (2004)delivered the Williams Lecture at University of Oxford (2004)delivered the Sabatier Lecture at University of Toulouse (2006)delivered the Brewster Lecture at Kansas State University (2006)received the Karcher Medal at Oklahoma State University (2007)delivered the Pedersen Lecture at DuPont (2008)named John Osborn Lecturer at University of Strasbourg (2009)named Mond Lecturer by the Royal Society of Chemistry (2009received an ACS Green Chemistry Award (2009).

Membership

Fellow Royal Chemistry Society (Corday-Morgan medal 1984, Organometallic Chemistry medal 1991).

Connections

father:
Arthur Bachelor of Arts

mother:
Marguerite (Vaniere) C. Bachelor of Arts