Christina Marie Chang, a junior in the Department of Chemistry at Princeton University, has been awarded a 2011 Barry M Goldwater Scholarship. The program provides up to $7,500 per year for educational expenses for selected sophomores and juniors who intend to pursue careers in mathematics, the natural sciences, or engineering. The Goldwater Foundation seeks students in mathematics or the sciences, display intellectual curiosity and intensity; and possess potential for significant future con
Archive – April 2011
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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 N
Emma Victoria Yates ’11 has been selected by Iota Sigma Pi to receive its Undergraduate Award for Excellence in Chemistry for 2011. The award is given to a senior woman studying at an accredited university or college that grants a four-year degree in chemistry. Recognition includes a certificate of excellence, membership in the organization for one year, and a monetary award. Iota Sigma Pi, a National Honor Society for Women in Chemistry, strives to recognize and support women in chemi
David Hocker of the Rabitz group and Travis Shaw of the Doyle group have each been awarded a National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship. This prestigious fellowship provides full stipend and tuition for three years of study. Congratulations, David and Travis!