Graduate Student Award
The Graduate Student Award for Excellence in Cellulose or Renewable Materials Research
Every year the Cellulose and Renewable Materials Division of the ACS in collaboration with the Eastman Chemical Company recognizes graduate student achievement in its field.
All graduate students, members of the division, currently enrolled in a graduate program (at the application deadline October 1st) and pursuing research on the chemical nature of cellulose, paper, textiles and other renewable materials are eligible.
The application package for the Graduate Student Award consists of:
The Graduate Student Award for Excellence in Cellulose or Renewable Materials Research consists of a check for $2,000, up to $500 for travel expenses, and an individual plaque honoring the recipient's accomplishment. The recipient will be invited to attend the following Spring ACS National Meeting and deliver an oral presentation describing his or her work.
Submit the completed application package electronically to World Nieh (firstname.lastname@example.org) as one pdf file composed of the 5 documents in the order listed above by October 1st under the subject line: Cell Graduate Student Award.
|1998||David R. Gang||Washington State University|
|1999||Brian Brogdon||Institute of Paper Science and Technology|
|2000||Aldwin Anterola||Washington State University|
|2001||Fadi S. Chakar||Institute of Paper Science and Technology|
|2002||Catherine D. Edgar||McGill University|
|2003||Richard P. Chandra||Institute of Paper Science and Technology|
|2004||William Tze||University of Maine|
|2005||Maria Gr¿ndahl||Chalmers University of Technology|
|2006||Lambrini Adamopoulos||North Carolina State University|
|2007||Jacob D. Goodrich||SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry|
|2008||Chunhui Xiang||Cornell University|
|2009||Anand P. Mangalam||Oregon State University|
|2010||Justin O. Zoppe||NC State University|
|2011||James M. Dugan||University of Manchester|
|2012||Daiqiang Xu||Virginia Tech|
|2013||Haoyu Lui||Virginia Tech|
|2014||Christopher M. Lee||Penn State University|