Christina M. Chang ‘12 Awarded Iota Sigma Pi Gladys Anderson Emerson Scholarship
Christina Marie Chang, Class of 2012, has been selected by Iota Sigma Pi as the Gladys Anderson Emerson Scholarship recipient for 2011. The award recognizes excellence in chemistry or biochemistry at the junior undergraduate level. Chang is attending Princeton University, majoring in Chemistry and pursuing a Certificate in Applications of Computing. Her independent research in the laboratory of Professor John T. Groves focuses on the reactivity of bio-inspired catalysts.
Iota Sigma Pi is a National Honor Society for Women in Chemistry. It was founded in 1902 and organized nationally in 1916. The organization promotes professional development and personal growth of women in chemistry and related fields through recognition, public outreach, and the formation of supportive networks.
Chang is the President and founder of the Women in Science Colloquium at Princeton, a Princeton student group that works to foster discussion between female faculty in science, math, and engineering and students in those disciplines.