Professor Jean’ne Shreeve is a 50-year member of the University of Idaho faculty. She led the University of Idaho’s research endeavors for 12 years as vice president for Research and Graduate Studies until 2000, when she stepped down to return to the laboratory. Since 2004, she has been the Jean’ne M. Shreeve Professor of Chemistry. As Idaho EPSCoR/IDeA project director since 1986, she has helped bring $157 million in federal EPSCoR/IDeA funding to Idaho. For five years, she served as chair of the President’s Committee of the National Medal of Science (the American Nobel). She and her student researchers in fluorine, ionic liquid, and high energy chemistry have published more than 480 refereed technical publications, and she has received national and international awards for teaching and research. She was the Idaho EPSCoR/IDeA project director from 1986 through 2008.