Arthur Winter, assistant professor of chemistry, has been named a Cottrell Scholar by the Research Corporation for Science Advancement. This award is given to early career faculty members who are committed to excel at both research and teaching at the undergraduate level. Winter joined the Chemistry Department in the fall of 2009. Among his publications is Organic Chemistry for Dummies. The current focus of his work is designing molecules that can selectively carry drugs to the site of a disease and potentially minimize the side effects of toxic drugs.