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2010 Chemistry Awards and Honors

  • Published: May 06, 2010

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2010 Chemistry Awards and Honors

Phi Lambda Upsilon

Phi Lambda Upsilon is a National Honor Society that recognizes those who achieve excellence in Chemistry. The Society has an At-large Membership program that extends recognition to undergraduate students at institutions, such as Nazareth College, where no active local chapter exists.
2010 Nominations: Brittany Forcione (Biology U'10), Brian Hauck, Adam Rall

awardAmerican Chemical Society Outstanding Senior Award

This award is presented by the Rochester Section of the American Chemical Society to honor a graduating senior Chemistry major.
Recipient: Adam Rall


AwardDepartment of Chemistry Service Award

This award is presented to a senior chemistry major who has demonstrated service to the department.
Recipient: Jamie Doyle, Brian Hauck, Nicholas Hopkins

awardSr. Therese M. Lang Biochemistry Award

Sr. Therese M. Lang was a member of the Nazareth College faculty for 25 years and was the chair of the Department of Chemistry for ten years. During her tenure the biochemistry major was established as a result of her vision and diligence.
2010 Recipient: Kevin Golembiewski



American Institute of Chemists Award

awardThis award recognizes graduates in the disciplines for which chemistry is the central component, such as chemistry biochemistry, and chemical engineering.
2010 Chemistry Recipient:  Adam Rall

awardAlice Taylor Gorham Memorial Award

This award recognizes excellence in undergraduate chemistry research. The award is named in memory of Dr. Nancy Farina's mother, Alice Taylor Gorham. Dr. Farina is a former chairperson of Nazareth's Physical Therapy Department. Beginning in 2007, she honored her mother's memory with this annual award. Mrs. Gorham held both a B.A. and M.A. in Chemistry.
Recipient: Christina Brule

Undergraduate Award in Analytical Chemistry

This award is intended to encourage student interest in analytical chemistry and to recognize students who display an aptitude for a career in the field.
Recipient: Jennifer Pier

CRC Freshman Chemistry Achievement Award

This award is presented to an outstanding student enrolled in freshman chemistry.
Recipient: Emily Foster

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