Fourteen graduating seniors have been selected for the 2016 Awards for Distinguished Research in Chemistry and Biochemistry. Congratulations to:
Jiayi Chen (PI: Zhang)
Sasha Dickinson (PI: Maly)
Martin Kinisu (PI: Varani)
Malte Lange (PI: Li)
Luming Yang (PI: Gamelin)
Yifan Lu (PI: Rathod)
Alexander Shcherbakov (PI: Andersen)
Moshe Gordon (PI: Keller)
Wenbi Wu (PI: Ginger)
Julia Carlstad (PI: Khalil)
Samuel Wilson (PI: Ailion)
Yanting Zhao (PI: Ruohola-Baker)
Lavinia Turian (PI: Ruohola-Baker)
Mengtong Duan (PI: Merz)
Congratulations to Dylan Moore and Allison Rollins who have each been awarded a Bonderman Travel Fellowship! The fellowship allows them to embark on solo journeys that are at least eight months long and take them to at least two regions and six countries of the world.
Dylan will travel through the Caribbean Sea from Haiti to Trinidad as well as Venezuela, Brazil, Algeria, and Morocco!
Allison will travel to Cambodia, Thailand, Myanmar, Israel, Chile, Peru, and Argentina!
Congratulations to Haley Amemiya, Dylan Moore, and Zoha Syed for being selected for the Husky 100! The Husky 100 honors 100 UW undergraduates and graduate students in all areas of study who are making the most of their time at the UW.
Congratulations to Kelli Stoneburner who has won a $1000 Libraries Student Employee scholarship! As many as 12 scholarships per year are given to deserving student employees of the Libraries. The scholarships are funded through a variety of sources including individual donors, the Friends of the UW Libraries and the Allen Endowment.
Congratulations to Malte Lange who has won a Washington Research Fellowship. Malte works in Professor Xiaosong Li’s group where his research focuses on improving battery technology.
Congratulations to Amisha Parikh who has won a Washington Research Fellowship. Amisha works in Dr. Poolos Cellular Neurophysiology Lab at Harborview where she is studying epilepsy.
Congratulations to Amanda Qu who has won a Levinson Emerging Scholar Fellowship. Amanda works in the Catterall Lab doing structural studies of Calcium channels
Congratulations to the Chemistry Scholarship winners: Thao Nguyen, Achombom Tunyi, Mengtong Duan, Moshe Gordon, Philip Fan, Zoha Syed, Dylan Moore, Yifan Lu, Monish Naidu, Bryan Chou, Jennifer Merrill, Tess O’Rourke, and Thanh Tran
Each year the UW Department of Chemistry acknowledges our top scholars. Our award for Distinguished Achievement in Chemistry Research is given to graduating seniors who have performed exceptional research in Chemistry. This year’s recipients are:
- Jeremy Tran
- Christine Buffalow
- Alec Heckert
- Matthew Ellis
- Branden Vandermoon
- Torin Stetina
The Award for the Outstanding student in Inorganic Chemistry has been awarded to
The Award for the Outstanding student in Analytical Chemistry has been awarded to
The PC Cross Award for the top student in Physical Chemistry has been awarded to
The Hyp Dauben Award for the top student in Honors Organic Chemistry has been awarded to
The Honors General Chemistry Achievement Award for the top students in Honors General Chemistry has been awarded to
Congratulations on your achievements!
The University Honors Program has spotlighted the Department of Chemistry on their website. Interviews with two of our honors students, Chinonso Opara and Ben Horst, are included along with an interview with Prof. Gary Drobny, the Associate Chair for Undergraduate Chemistry.
The article can be found at http://depts.washington.edu/uwhonors/features/dept_honors_chem/
Congratulations to Alex Vaschillo who was won the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation award!
Alex works in the Masiello Group in the UW Department of Chemistry. His research studies the collective oscillations of conduction electrons in metal nanoparticles known as localized surface plasmon resonances (LSPRs). The LSPRs have been the source of much scientific study over the last decade due to their immediate and significant applications in chemical catalysis, drug delivery, and cancer reduction therapy.
Congratulations to Chrissy Stachl who has won a Pfizer Air Diversity Fellowship! The fellowship will support her research in Chemistry Professor Matt Bush’s group where she is using ion mobility spectrometry and mass spectrometry to investigate the effects of divalent metal ion binding on the structures of monomers and dimers of the core domain of the protein B-crystalline.