Chemistry Department Prizes & Awards - 2018

 


Alpha Chi Sigma Award:

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

JACQUELINE DYER


American Chemical Society Award:

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

HAYLEY SEAL


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.

JACQUELINE DYER


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.

FAHIM-FARAAZ SYED


American Institute of Chemists:

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

NATHAN BANEK AND CAMILLE LOMBARD-BANEK - Graduate

LOGAN MALIK - 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.

KUSUMA DEVI ALAPARTHI, KEIRA CULLEY, MATTHEW LISH, HALEY MEYERS, SELENE RAMER - Madeleine Reines Jacobs

GEORGE BARTHOLOMEW, JUSTIN HACHEY - A.D. Britt

TINA TRAN - Charles and Elma Nasser
 


Chemical Society of Washington Prize:

Awarded to the outstanding junior majoring in chemistry.

MATTHEW LISH


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.

FAHIM-FARAAZ SYED


William E. Fitch Prize:

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

SARAH CHACHULA


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.

SHALEEN ARORA
SPENCER HUTCHINS
PETER SONG

 


Benjamin D. Van Evera Memorial Prize:

Awarded to the most effective Graduate Teaching Assistants in Chemistry.

HAILEY BUTMAN AND MAEGAN DAILEY