Undergraduate Awards

ACS Undergraduate Award in Inorganic Chemistry: Given to a research-active senior working in the field of inorganic chemistry.  The 2016 award was presented to Jeremy Weber.

Departmental Service Award: Given to a senior for their time and contributions to the department.  The 2016 award was presented to Hrishi Somayaji and Tessa Lynch-Colmeta.

College Prize for Excellence: To recognize the graduating senior with the highest academic achievement in each department or program. The 2016 award was presented to Rachel Rosen.

Hypercube Scholar Award: Recognizes excellence in academics and undergraduate research. The 2016 award was presented to Hrishi Somayaji.

Mason Memorial Scholarships and Awards: For students who demonstrate outstanding achievement in their undergraduate studies. The Mason Memorial Scholarship Fund, established in memory of Professor J. Philip Mason, former chairman of the Department, supports the Mason Award. The 2016 awards were presented to Rachel Rosen, Douglas Ober and Hrishi Somayaji.

Undergraduate Award in Biological Chemistry: Given to a research-active senior working in the field of biological chemistry. The 2016 award was presented to Douglas Ober.

Undergraduate Award in Organic Chemistry: Provided by the ACS Division of Organic Chemistry. Awarded to a student who has shown excellence in this area through classwork and/or research in Organic Chemistry. The 2016 award was presented to Rachel Rosen.

Undergraduate Research Symposium Presentation Award: presented by the Department of Chemistry to recognize the outstanding presentation at the Undergraduate Research Symposium. The 2016 award was presented to Anthony DeMaria.

UROP Research Awards: Undergraduate research support awarded to meritorious students. The 2015/2016 awards were presented to Anna Booras, Douglas Ober, Christopher Breen, Rachel Rosen, Anthony DeMaria, Hrishi Somayaji, Emmanuel Dollinger, Chen Sun, Kalina Doytchinova, Jeremy Weber, Nicholas Intermaggio, Frank Wiegand, Bethany Lamoureux, May Young, Tessa Lynch-Colameta and Qiming Zhang.