Marvin Miller, BS ’71, receives Henry Bolley Achievement Award

NDSU Alumni Prof. Marvin Miller (BS ’71), currently the George and Winifred Clark Chair at the University of Notre Dame, received the NDSU Alumni Association’s Henry Bolley Academic Achievement Award.

The North Dakota State University Alumni Association honored five NDSU graduates for their achievements by presenting 2012 alumni awards April 26 at the Fargodome. The awards recognize NDSU graduates compete successfully, nationally and globally.

Henry L. Bolley Academic Achievement Award

Marvin J. Miller, NDSU BS ’71, chemistry, is the recipient of the Henry L. Bolley Academic Achievement Award that recognizes alumni who have attained achievements in academia as instructors, researchers or administrators. Miller serves as the distinguished George and Winifred Clark Chair of the chemistry program at University of Notre Dame. Among his accomplishments are 269 publications, 22 patents, 142 papers presented and 201 invited lectures. He also has directed graduate research for 77 students, most at the doctorate level, and served as a consultant for Eli Lilly and Company. Miller earned his doctorate in chemistry from Cornell University. He lives in South Bend, Ind.

From NDSU News

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