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2017 Graduate Student Awards Program

Each spring, the faculty of the Chemistry department select outstanding graduate students to receive awards based on performance.  The Department is pleased to announce the recipients of the following awards for the academic year 2016-2017:

 

Zappert Award - Dziyana Hnedzko

American Chemical Society, Binghamton Section
$100.00 scholarship to an outstanding graduating Ph.D. student. Awarded at the annual Section "Student Awards" dinner in May.


Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award - Hannah Cronk and Alexander Haruk 

Chemistry Department
$200.00 to a graduate student demonstrating outstanding teaching abilities. Picture taken and check awarded at a luncheon for student, director of TA’s, student’s advisor, and Department Chair.


Outstanding Research Assistant Award - Stephen Ambrozik and Victor Kariuki

Chemistry Department
$200.00 to a graduate student demonstrating outstanding teaching abilities. Picture taken and check awarded at a luncheon for student, director of TA’s, student’s advisor, and Department Chair.


Outstanding Service and Outreach Award - Steven Boyer

Chemistry Department
$200.00 to a graduate student demonstrating outstanding research accomplishments. Picture taken and check awarded at a luncheon for student, student’s advisor and Department Chair.


Lois D. Mackey Award - Carol Kaplan

Chemistry Department
One-year subscription to the Journal of Chemical Education to an outstanding first-year teaching assistant in general chemistry.


K. Keith Innes Summer Research Grant - Lynn Schmitt

Chemistry and Physics Departments, Administered through the SUNY Binghamton Foundation
$4,000 to an exceptional graduate student who is not fully funded for summer research using spectroscopy in physical chemistry, chemical physics, or other fields of chemistry in this order of preference.


Clifford E. Myers Summer Research Grant - Yong Shi

Chemistry Department, Administered through the SUNY Binghamton Foundation
$4,000 to an exceptional graduate student who is not fully funded for summer research in materials chemistry.


ACS Travel Award - Innocent Achari

American Chemical Society, Binghamton Section
$200.00 for presentation at an ACS meeting (national or regional) with preference given to first-time attendees; merit-based.


Last Updated: 5/11/17