Nick Tsarevsky obtained M.S. degree in theoretical chemistry and chemical physics in 1999 from the University of Sofia, Bulgaria, and Ph.D. degree in chemistry in 2005 from Carnegie Mellon University under the supervision of Prof. Kris Matyjaszewski. He was a visiting assistant professor at the Department of Chemistry at Carnegie Mellon University (2005-6), and a member of the founding team of ATRP Solutions, Inc., of which he served as Chief Science Officer (2007-2010). He joined the Department of Chemistry at Southern Methodist University in the summer of 2010 as an assistant professor, and in 2016 he was promoted to associate professor with tenure. He has authored and coauthored over 100 journal articles and book chapters, 1 textbook, and has served as the co-editor of 5 books. He received several awards including, recently, an IUPAC Young Observer Fellowship and an NSF CAREER award. Research interests include polymerization techniques, functional materials, coordination chemistry and catalysis, and the chemistry hypervalent compounds, in addition to history of chemistry and chemical education. He serves as Editor of Polymers for Advanced Technologies (Wiley) and is also the program chair of the Division for the History of Chemistry (HIST) of the ACS.