The award will support a selected undergraduate to participate in two summers of scholarly research. According to the terms of the award, the selected student must be a chemistry, chemical engineering or biochemistry major who intends to pursue a career in the chemical sciences.
"The department is greatly honored by this award," said Prof. Paul Davidovits, Chemistry chairman. "It is a recognition of the excellence in our undergraduate teaching program by a very important and well-respected foundation."
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