Inorganic Chemistry Symposium Awards

Inorganic Symposium Awards

The Chevron Prize for Best Undergraduate Poster from a UC Davis Undergraduate Student

One poster presented by a Graduate Student or Postdoc at the UC Davis Inorganic Symposium will be selected by the judges to receive this prize. The prize is an award of $200.

 

The ACS California Section Prize for Best Undergraduate Poster from a Local College

One poster presented by an Undergraduate Student at the UC Davis Inorganic Symposium will be selected by the judges to receive this prize. The prize is an award of $200.

 

The ACS Chemistry of Materials Travel Award for Best Poster by a Graduate Student

The ACS Inorganic Chemistry and Organometallics Travel Award for Best Poster by a Graduate Student

The RSC Journal of Materials Chemistry A Travel Award for Best Poster by a Graduate Student

The RSC Materials Advances Travel Award for Best Poster by a Graduate Student

The RSC Chemical Society Reviews Travel Award for Best Poster by a Graduate Student

One poster presented by a Graduate Student at the UC Davis Inorganic Symposium will be selected by the judges to receive each of these prizes (five awards given in total). Each award will be $800 and is made as reimbursement for travel to a meeting for presentation of the research work.

 

The RSC Chemical Society Reviews Travel Award for Best Poster by a Postdoc (2)

Two posters presented by a Postdoc at the UC Davis Inorganic Symposium will be selected by the judges to each receive a prize. The award will be $800 and is made as reimbursement for travel to a meeting for presentation of the research work.

 

The Susan M. Kauzlarich Undergraduate Award in Inorganic Chemistry 

This award provides a summer research stipend for two chemistry majors (continuing students of junior or senior standing) whose research is focused on inorganic chemistry. Up to two awards of $2000.00 each. Applications are accepted during the Winter/Spring quarter each year for presentation of awards in the Spring.

 

The Marilyn M. Olmstead Student Excellence Award in X-Ray Crystallography 

This award provides a research stipend for one undergraduate chemistry major of junior or senior standing whose research is focused X-Ray Crystallography. Up to $1,000 is awarded. This award was established by and in honor of the retirement of Marilyn M. Olmstead, professor of chemistry at UCD. Olmstead is a world-renowned crystallographer, a scientist who determines - via a picture created through x-ray diffraction - the geometric structure of new molecules chemists have formed. Applications are accepted during the Winter/Spring quarter each year for presentation of awards in the Spring.

 

ACS Undergraduate Award in Inorganic Chemistry

This award recognizes achievement by undergraduate students in inorganic chemistry and to encourage further study in the field. Every ACS Certified Department is eligible to nominate one student for this award. The student nominee will have demonstrated excellence in inorganic chemistry at the undergraduate level based on any combination of research, coursework, and /or motivation / interest / dedication as defined by their nominating institution and should have future plans that include a career in chemistry.