May 13, 2016
Craig Teague in the lab at Cornell College.
"I do research for three reasons," said Cornell College chemistry professor Craig Teague. "One reason is to help society, another is to benefit students, and the other is just learning about the natural world."
Those three reasons have come together for Teague at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), one of the premier facilities in the US for energy-related research, where he has conducted research twice before and will return this summer to begin a year-long residence.
His connection to ORNL is through ACM's affiliation with the Oak Ridge Science Semester (ORSS), which gives ACM students a rare chance to receive full academic credit while working as part of a team of scientists doing cutting-edge research. Read more
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