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Student Awards

Every Spring, undergraduate students are recognized for their leadership and academic contributions to the department. The following awards are given at an event following Practice School presentations:

  • AIChE Activity Award - for outstanding contributions to the profession (chosen by student chapter)
  • AIChE Senior Scholarship Award - awarded to the senior with the highest average
  • Francis M Taylor Award - awarded to a senior for outstanding citizenship based upon professional attitudes and accomplishments, ability to interact with colleagues and faculty, and positive contributions to departmental and university programs (chosen by faculty)
  • American Institute of Chemists Student Award - awarded to outstanding senior for having demonstrated leadership ability, character, high scholastic standing and potential for advancement in their chosen profession (chosen by faculty)
  • AIChE Junior Scholarship Award - awarded to the junior with the highest scholastic average during their freshman and sophomore years
  • Randall K. Nichols Award - awarded to the junior who, according to the dean and faculty, has special talents; awarded to two students who have completed the second semester of the junior year (awarded by faculty)
  • Chevron Undergraduate Award - awarded to the two students who have completed second semester of the junior year and have the highest scholastic average
  • Student Practice Award - awarded to the best Practice School group (chosen by faculty)
  • R.V. Bailey Teacher of the Year Award - awarded to an outstanding professor (chosen by students)
  • Outstanding Teaching Assistant - awarded to an outstanding teaching assistant (chosen by students)

Field Trip

Field Trip Spring 2015

Field Trip Spring 2015

Field Trip Spring 2015

Field Trip Spring 2015

Field Trip Spring 2015

Field Trip Spring 2015

Field Trip Spring 2015


Congratulations Graduates !!!

Class of 2016

Class of 2016

Student AwardsUndergraduate

Spring 2012
Spring 2009

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