Dr. Terrence Nile (Chemistry and Biochemistry) recently received a research grant from the National Science Foundation for his project “REU Site: A Multi-site, Multi-Institutional International REU.” The REU Site, administered by UNCG, recruits roughly eight students (UNCG and international) to travel abroad at the Universities of Bath and Bristol, UK. Participants work full time in their research lab, which ends with a program research presentation. The REU Site offers up to six UNCG credit hours. After their experience at the REU Site, all students have the opportunity to present at a ACS regional meeting and the possibility of research publication. Niles research emphases include organic and organometallic synthesis and catalysis.