College of Arts and Sciences

Department of Chemistry

Awards and Scholarships

Each spring, the chemistry department recognizes student achievements through several awards and scholarships. The awardees receive a certificate and are recognized at the annual Chemistry Awards Luncheon. Senior awards are also presented their awards at the Senior Awards Ceremony.

Pictures from the 2016 Chemistry Awards Luncheon coming soon.

Award or ScholarshipDescriptionEligibilityIncludes2016 Recipients
Rev. George J. Pickel, S.J. Senior Chemistry AwardThis award recognizes outstanding academic achievement and exemplifying the Jesuit ideals of leadership, integrity, and commitmentSelected by Chemistry facultyA certificate, name on a plaque, & a gift from the Chemistry Department chosen so as to be appropriate to the interests, personality, or future plans of the recipient Patrick M. Vecellio
American Institute of Chemists (AIC) Senior AwardThis award recognizes a senior chemistry major with a demonstrated record of ability, leadership, and professional promiseSeniors and graduate students majoring in chemistry, chemical engineering, or biochemistry; selected by Chemistry facultyA certificate suitable for framing, a one-year Student Affiliate membership in the AIC, a peer-reviewed journal, & name on plaqueSarah N. Sternbach
Biochemistry Senior AwardAwarded in recognition of outstanding scholastic achievement in Biochemistry at John CarrollSelected by Chemistry facultyA certificate, & a one-year subscription to the journal of ScienceMacKenzie Z. Lee
Hypercube Scholar AwardThis award is given by Hypercube, Inc. Scientific Software honoring the achievements of excellent students throughout the United States and CanadaSelected by Chemistry faculty among students in the Physical Chemistry courses at John CarrollA certificate, & a copy of Professional HyperchemNathanael H. Hunter
Analytical Chemistry AwardAwarded in recognition of outstanding scholastic achievement in Analytical Chemistry at John CarrollSelected by Chemistry facultyA certificate, medallion, and emailed monthly highlights from the journal of Analytical ChemistryAbigail J. Beer
Courtney N. Wolfe
Organic Chemistry AwardAwarded in recognition of outstanding scholastic achievement in Organic Chemistry at John CarrollSelected by Chemistry facultyA certificate, & a gift from the Chemistry DepartmentAlex B. Dahlkemper
Teresa B. Prinster
Emma E. Skerl
Kristian S. Skogsholm
Chemical Principles/General Chemistry AwardAwarded in recognition of outstanding scholastic achievement in the General Chemistry/Chemical Principles courses at John CarrollSelected by Chemistry facultyA certificate, & a copy of the CRC Handbook of Chemistry and PhysicsNicholas J. Abdallah
Toren A. Bakula
Nicholas A. Colby
Peter K. Koetting - CP
John P. Quinn
Quynh D. Tran
Mary and Peter A. Lambros ScholarshipThis scholarship was established by Joan Lambros in honor of her parents to acknowledge their lifelong support and dedication to higher education, especially to their daughters and granddaughters as the key to a better life and understanding the diversity of humanitySelected yearly by chemistry faculty among female chemistry majors with established academic achievement or the financial need of exceptional female chemistry majorsA certificate; scholarship consists of $1,500 applied toward tuitionJoy N. Nyaanga
Lubrizol ScholarshipThe Lubrizol Foundation has made annual awards to John Carroll University to be used for scholarships based on scholastic ability. Each year, at least one of these scholarships has been directed towards a Chemistry major.Selected by Chemistry faculty, at least one of the Chemistry scholarships has to be awarded to a diverse student (gender/race). Junior and Senior declared majors with established academic achievement and/or academic potentialA certificate, & name on a plaque; the recipient receives 2/3 of the award. The remaining 1/3 of each award is given to the department in support of teaching.Nathanael H. Hunter
Christina M. Rozman
Edmund B. Thomas ScholarshipNamed in honor of Dr. Thomas, a faculty member at JCU from 1936-1975, this scholarship is awarded to an outstanding incoming freshman who intends to pursue a major in ChemistrySelected by Chemistry facultyA certificate; scholarship consists of $1,000 applied toward tuition, and is renewable annually as long as the recipient continues their study of Chemistry with a GPA of 3.0 or better.Brandon Parr (Sr.)
Courtney Wolfe (Jr.)
Kirsten Ponsart (So.)
Shyla E. McMurtry (Fr.)
Clare Boothe Luce ScholarshipThe Henry Luce Foundation periodically grants this prestigious scholarship for two years based on meritApplicant must be female, entering her junior year, and officially accepted as a Chemistry major; minimum GPA of 3.30 in the first four semesters in Chemistry and in the support courses for the Chemistry major; selected by Chemistry faculty among those who applyA certificate; scholarship includes full tuition, room and board for the final two years of a female Chemistry major's undergraduate careerN/A

Click here to view pictures from the 2015 Chemistry Awards Luncheon.

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