Inorganic Chemistry Award for Undergraduate Research
Award for Undergraduate Research
Purpose: To recognize the collaborative research of an outstanding North American undergraduate student and her or his preceptor(s) in the field of inorganic chemistry, as broadly defined. One award will be given in each of three categories based on the institution of the preceptor:
- Primarily Undergraduate Institution
- Research-Intensive University (or other non-PUI college or university)
- Corporate, National, or Federal Laboratory
Eligibility: The undergraduate student nominee must have completed a bachelor’s degree in chemistry within the 12-month period before the deadline for receipt of nominations. The award will recognize only work done while the nominee was an undergraduate student. The award will be granted without regard to age or nationality. The preceptor(s) may be a faculty member or staff scientist at any higher educational institution or corporate, federal, or national laboratory in North America. Self-nominations (i.e. nominations submitted by the preceptor or the student) will not be considered. The preceptor should be an active DIC member.
Division of Inorganic Chemistry (INOR)