2019 Midwest Regional Meeting
2019 Midwest Regional Meeting Awards

Contact: Stephen Donnelly (sdonnell@fhsu.edu)

The presentation of several awards is anticipated. These include:

2019 ACS Midwest Regional Award

Sponsored by the St. Louis Section of the American Chemical Society.  Plenary Midwest Regional Awards Symposium will take place Friday October 18.

Midwest Regional Award reception and banquet will take place immediately following the Awards Symposium.

Nomination information

Graduate Student Research Award, One per Local Section

One graduate student can be selected from a Midwest Region local section for the graduate student symposium.  The regional board will provide funding for registration and up to $200 for each graduate student participant.

Stanley C. Israel Regional Award for Advancing Diversity in the Chemical Sciences

Purpose / Eligibility

ACS Division of Chemical Education Midwest Regional Award for Excellence in High School Teaching

Purpose / Eligibility

Nomination Packet - click here

E. Ann Nalley Award for Volunteer Service to the American Chemical Society

Purpose / Eligibility

Nomination Packet - click here

Partners for Progress and Prosperity Regional Award

Purpose / Eligibility

Nomination Packet - click here

2019 MWRM Undergraduate Student Poster Competition

The purpose of this award is to recognize outstanding undergraduate poster submissions to the 2019 Midwest Regional Meeting.

Graduate Inorganic Award Honoring Professor Paul R. Sharp

These awards honor the academic service of Emeritus Professor Paul R. Sharp, the University of Missouri-Columbia, to the area of Inorganic Chemistry. The prize consists of two awards ($100 each plus certificates) to two graduate students in Inorganic Chemistry (one for an outstanding poster presentation, and one for an outstanding verbal presentation). Award winners will be chosen from among inorganic graduate students presenting at the 2019 Midwest Regional ACS meeting.

These awards have been provided by Dr. Robert Robinson and Dr. N. Malathi Weliange, alumni of Professor Sharp’s research group.