The University of New Orleans (UNO) recently announced that Dr. Matthew Tarr will be the university’s first Eurofins Professor of Analytical Chemistry, an endowed professorship focused on exposing students to the bioanalytical arena.
“This endowed professorship further deepens
our relationship with Eurofins and will ensure that our students are receiving
outstanding instruction and skills that will serve them well in the job market,” UNO College of Sciences Dean Steve Johnson, citing an existing
internship program, said.
Tarr has worked at UNO since 1995 and is a
faculty fellow in the university’s Advanced Materials Research Institute. He is
a research professor of chemistry, who chaired UNO’s chemistry department for
six years, from 2009 to 2015.
“Dr. Tarr is an outstanding choice to head
this program, with his extensive research in the area of analytical chemistry
and the leadership that he has demonstrated over the years in the scientific
community,” Eurofins Central Analytical Laboratories President John
Reuther said. “To date, UNO has been an excellent partner for Eurofins since our
company moved into the UNO Research and Technology Park. The interns and
graduates that we hire from their science programs integrate well into our
systems, and they have greatly contributed to the success and record-breaking
growth of our laboratory here in New Orleans.”
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