Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Celebrates Student Achievement at Annual Honors Day Event
The department of chemistry and biochemistry celebrated the 2014 Chemistry Honors Day on Friday, April 25. A total of $13,200 in department awards were presented to outstanding students; students received American Chemical Society, Barbara Wertheim Campbell, CHBC Achievement, Coulter W. Jones, Frederick A. Kekulé, Honorary Scholars, and Monica Mabie awards. For more information about individual awards, please visit http://chemistry.uark.edu/4832.php.
Prior to the awards ceremony, 71 junior and senior chemistry majors presented summaries of their honors research projects. For a list of the research project titles, students and research mentors, please see the list at http://chemistry.uark.edu/4829.php.
Heather Jorgensen, Administrative Support Supervisor
Chemistry and Biochemistry
Darinda Sharp, director of communications
J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences
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