Catawba's Chemical Society wins award
In recognition of its 2010-2011 activities, Catawba College’s Chapter of the American Chemical Society has received an Honorable Mention Chapter Award from the American Chemical Society. Catawba’s chapter will be recognized in the November/December issue of In Chemistry magazine and at the ACS Student Chapter Award Ceremony to be held in conjunction with the 243rd ACS National Meeting in San Diego, Calif.
Catawba’s ACS chapter participated in two college colloquiums and two blood drives during the 2010-2011 academic year. Students in the chapter also had a display and made presentations at the college’s annual Interdisciplinary Research Symposium. In addition, five Catawba students from the chapter attended the ACS national meeting and presented a poster on their chapter and undergraduate research.
The Honorable Mention Chapter Award received by Catawba’s ACS chapter was announced to the campus community by the 2011-2012 ACS Chapter presidents, students Lori Fraley and Jacob Hill.
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