Evald L. Skau

Evald L. Skau

Fellow: Awarded 1930
Field of Study: Chemistry

Competition: US & Canada

Trinity College

As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1929–30:

Skau, Evald laurids:  Appointed for a further study of methods of purification of organic compounds, for the publication of experimental data already obtained, and for the preparation of a monograph, at various foreign universities; tenure, twelve months from August 15, 1930.

Born May 13, 1897, at Hartford, Connecticut. Education: Trinity College, Connecticut, B.S., 1919, M.S., 1920; Yale University, Ph.D., 1925 (University Fellow, 1923–24; Du Pont Fellow, 1924–25; Research Fellow, 1925–26). Fellow of the National Research Council, 1926–28.

Chemist, 1920–21, Emerson Laboratories, Springfield, Massachusetts; Instructor in Chemistry, 1921–22, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, 1927—, Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut.

Publications: Articles in Journal of the American Chemical Society and Journal of Physical Chemistry.

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