Fellowships, Scholarships, and Awards
Brunngraber Undergraduate Research Fellowship
is given annually to a chemistry major and based on GPA,
statement of research interests, and performance in completed course
The William and Erma Cook Chemistry Fellowship is given annually
to an outstanding full-time chemistry major who is at least a sophomore
and has financial need.
Aid to Education Scholarships are given to junior chemistry
majors annually. The awardees are selected by the faculty on the
basis of merit, and the scholarships consist of a stipend for books,
educational materials, and Student Affiliate membership dues to
the American Chemical Society.
The Barbara Willis Brown Scholarship for Women in Chemistry
is awarded annually to a female chemistry major at least 25 years
of age who is or will be enrolled in Undergraduate Research (Chemistry
3905); student financial need is a consideration.
The Lawrence Barton Scholarship is awarded annually to a
junior Chemistry major, with preference given to first generation
series of undergraduate awards are given each year to the outstanding
Award for Outstanding Performance in Introductory Chemistry Award
is given to one or more outstanding student(s) in Introductory Chemistry.
American Chemical Society Division of Analytical Chemistry Award
is given to the outstanding student in analytical chemistry.
Outstanding Sophomore Chemistry Major Award is given
to one or more outstanding students based on their performance in
The American Chemical Society - St. Louis Section, Outstanding Junior
Chemistry Major Award is given to the outstanding junior chemistry
outstanding senior chemistry major receives the Alan F. Berndt
Outstanding Senior Award.
The Award for Outstanding Service to the Department and Campus Community
is given to students who have exhibited a high level of participation
and contributed to departmental and campus activities.
The Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Assistant Award
is given to one or more students who have served as teaching assistants
and have distinguished themselves in that capacity.