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Chemistry

Alpha Chi Sigma For outstanding achievement in scholarship, research, and service to the department

  • Khetpakorn Chakarawet '15,
    Thailand
  • Martin I. McLaughlin '15,
    Austin, TX

Chemistry Research AwardFor outstanding contributions in the area of research

  • Hansol Kang '15,
    Gainesville, FL
  • Rebecca J. Taylor '15,
    Ann Arbor, MI
  • Daniel Y. Zhang '15,
    Newton, MA

Service AwardFor outstanding contributions in the area of service to the chemistry department

  • Jakob C. Dahl '15,
    Germany
  • Kevin P. Erazo '15,
    Chatham, NJ
  • Kayvon Pedram '15,
    Los Angeles, CA
  • Jennifer B. Plotkin '15,
    Beverly Hills, CA
  • Daniel Y. Zhang '15,
    Newton, MA

Frederick D. Greene Teaching AwardFor outstanding contributions in the area of teaching

  • Ethan A. Klein '15,
    Cherry Hill, NJ

Merck Index AwardsFor outstanding scholarship

  • Colleen K. Gabel '15,
    Marblehead, MA
  • Kayvon Pedram '15,
    Los Angeles, CA
  • Jennifer B. Plotkin '15,
    Beverly Hills, CA
  • Rebecca J. Taylor '15,
    Ann Arbor, MI

ACS Analytical Chemistry AwardFor achievement by a junior in analytical chemistry

  • Julia Page '16,
    Winchester, MA

Sophomore Achievement AwardFor outstanding performance as a sophomore in academics, research and service to the department

  • James Deng '17,
    Hamden, CT
  • Tomohiro Soejima '17,
    Japan

Freshman Chemistry Achievement AwardFor outstanding academic achievement in chemistry

  • Puwanat Sangkhapreecha '18

Outstanding UROP Presentation Award For outstanding undergraduate research and in recognition of the best presentations at the 2015 Chemistry UROP Symposium

  • Khetpakorn Chakarawet '15,
    Thailand
  • Martin I. McLaughlin '15,
    Austin, TX

Association of MIT Alumnae Senior Academic Award Nominee

  • Rebecca J. Taylor '15,
    Ann Arbor, MI

ACS Inorganic Chemistry For excellence in inorganic chemistry

  • Khetpakorn Chakarawet '15,
    Thailand

Hypercube Scholar For outstanding contribution to advancement of computers in teaching

  • Jakob C. Dahl '15,
    Germany