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Dr. Leonard Fine W.

Scientific Program Officer

SFAz

Direct Phone: (602) ***-****       

SFAz STEM Initiatives

SFAz

One Arizona Center 400 E. Van Buren Street Ste. 230

Phoenix, Arizona 85004

United States

Company Description

SFAz was created as a 501(C)(3) non profit and is a unique public/private partnership. CEO groups will fund the first five years of operating costs. Public and philanthropic funds will be used for grants that are investments in Arizona's future. These gra... more

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Employment History

Professor
Columbia University

Education

B.S.
chemistry
Marietta College

Ph.D

Ph.D.
chemistry
University of Maryland at College Park

Web References (53 Total References)


Staff | Science Foundation Arizona

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Leonard W. Fine SFAz Fellow

Dr. Fine was formerly a Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies at Columbia University where he spent most of his academic career. Although his professional interests include applied research in polymer chemistry and engineering materials stimulated by eight years in industry, his career has been largely defined by concerns for teaching undergraduate students, and issues and policy in science and engineering education. Read more


Four AZ education programs recognized as part of SFAz pilot partnership with national organization | Science Foundation Arizona

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"SFAz is proud to partner with CTEq in piloting the STEMworks database in Arizona," said Len Fine, SFAz Fellow.


Staff | Science Foundation Arizona

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Leonard W. Fine

Scientific Program Officer
lfine@sfaz.org


Research Applications and RFPs : Grant Opportunities | Science Foundation Arizona

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Contact: Len Fine lfine@sfaz.org.


The program has special resonance in ...

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The program has special resonance in Flagstaff, home to the Lowell Observatory and self-described first STEM city in the U.S. "Northern Arizona creates an ideal backdrop for astronomy programs such as this," said Dr. Len Fine, senior scientific program officer for SFAz.

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