Chemistry Department Prizes & Awards - 2016


Alpha Chi Sigma Award:

Awarded to the graduating senior with the highest academic record in chemistry courses (with at least 16 hours at GWU).

RICHARD M. FISHER


American Chemical Society Award:

Awarded to a student completing his or her junior year and who has demonstrated excellence in Analytical Chemistry.

ABIGAIL N. PEPIN


American Chemical Society - Division of Inorganic Chemistry Undergraduate Award:

Awarded to a student who has demonstrated excellence in inorganic chemistry at the undergraduate level and whose future plans include a career in chemistry.

HANNAH S. YI


American Chemical Society - Division of Organic Chemistry Undergraduate Award:

Awarded to a student who has demonstrated excellence in organic chemistry at the undergraduate level and whose future plans include a career in chemistry.

RICHARD M. FISHER


American Institute of Chemists:

Awarded to a senior graduate student and graduating senior majoring in chemistry, who excel in scholarship, integrity and leadership.

JASON LAU - Graduate

SARA WAGNER - Undergraduate


A. D. Britt Memorial, Madeleine Reines Jacobs, & Charles & Elma Naeser Fund:

Awarded to one or more outstanding junior or senior undergraduate majors to carry out research in the summer.

JACQUELINE DYER & KAVYA SAMUDRALA   - Madeleine Reines Jacobs

LOGAN MALIK  - A.D. Britt


Chemical Society of Washington Prize:

Awarded to the outstanding junior majoring in chemistry.

NICOLAS O. FRANCONE


Byrne Thurtell Burns Memorial Prize:

Awarded to the graduating chemistry major who has shown the greatest proficiency in organic chemistry as demonstrated by a written examination.

RICHARD M. FISHER & HANNAH S. YI


William E. Fitch Prize:

Awarded to the graduating chemistry major with the best written comprehensive examination in chemistry.

HANNAH S. YI


Chemical Rubber Company Freshman Chemistry Achievement Award:

Awarded to one or more freshmen who have achieved the highest records in their respective sections of Introductory Chemistry.

KUSUMA DEVI ALAPARTHI
HAYLEY SEAL


 


Benjamin D. Van Evera Memorial Prize:

Awarded to the most effective Graduate Teaching Assistants in Chemistry.

JENNIFER A. GIACCAI & XU (JACK) WANG