2011-2012 Departmental Scholarship Applications Available

The 2011-2012 Chemistry Departmental Scholarship Applications are now available and can be found on our web site.

Completed applications are due April 1, 2011. The Department of Chemistry is proud to offer the following scholarships and book awards to our Chemistry and Biochemistry majors:

Earl W. Davie Scholarship

This endowed scholarship provides support to outstanding undergraduate students majoring in Chemistry or Biochemistry.  Earl W. Davie earned his B.S. in Chemistry and PhD in Biochemistry from the UW and served as chair of UW Biochemistry from 1975 to 1984. He also co-founded ZymoGenetics.  One scholarship of $1000 will be awarded.
Donald J. Hanahan Scholarship

This endowed scholarship provides support to outstanding undergraduate students majoring in Chemistry or Biochemistry. Professor Earl W. Davie established this scholarship in honor of his UW research mentor Donald J. Hanahan.  One scholarship of $1000 will be awarded.

H. K. Benson Scholarship

This endowed scholarship provides financial assistance for tuition costs for autumn quarter 2010. The scholarship is in honor of the former chair of the once-combined Departments of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering. One scholarship of $1000 will be awarded.

Rex J. And Ruth C. Robinson Scholarship Fund In Chemistry

This endowed scholarship provides financial assistance for tuition costs for autumn quarter 2010. Three awards of $1000 will be distributed. The scholarship is in honor of a former professor in the Department of Chemistry.

Zahlia Jencks Rowe Scholarship

This endowed scholarship provides financial assistance for tuition costs for autumn quarter 2010. Two $1000 awards will be distributed.

Berkelhammer Book Award

This prize is financed by the Gerald and Shelia Berkelhammer Endowed Fund and provides $50 toward the purchase of books. Recipients can be in any year of their college education and must be chemistry or biochemistry majors.

Berkelhammer Senior Book Award

This prize is financed by the Gerald and Shelia Berkelhammer Endowed Fund and provides $150 toward the purchase of books. Recipients must be chemistry or biochemistry seniors.

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