Donald F. Othmer Sophomore Academic Excellence Award

The Sophomore Academic Excellence Award is presented to the one AIChE student member in each student chapter who has attained the highest scholastic grade-point average during his/her freshman and sophomore years, on recommendation of the Student Chapter Advisor.

Deadline: 
July 1, 2014
Award: 
  • Free Registration to the upcoming Annual Student Conference (Valued at $75)
  • $50 Travel Allowance to be used towards the upcoming Annual Student Conference
  • Invitation to an upcoming Student Leadership Development Conference - an exclusive conference offering student chapter leaders additional opportunities to sharpen their leadership skills
  • Certificate of Recognition
Presentation: 
The award is presented each year at AIChE's Annual Meeting.
Instructions: 

To be eligible for this prize, the nominee’s student chapter MUST file an annual report with AIChE. The reporting period is open from May to June 30 during the year of the award.. Award nominations may be submitted in advance of the report, with the expectation that the chapter will file a report by the reporting deadline. Award nominators will be notified after June 30 about any missing annual reports. Chapters will be allowed a one-month grace period after the nomination deadline to file a report.

Nomination Packet (Documents): 

Award Winners

Marissa Piazza
Manhattan College
2014
Taylor Score
University of North Dakota
2014
Anna Kogler
2014
Ryan Kremer
University of Toledo
2014
Nathan Corbin
Georgia Institute of Technology
2014
John Hack
University of Virginia
2014
Shayan Sazdar
Missouri University of Science and Technology
2014
Lucas Krupp
Trine University
2014
Ben Wu
University of Arizoona
2014
Caitlynn Roy
New Mexico State University
2014
Jethro Medina
Rowan University
2014
Kurt Ristroph
Louisiana State University
2014
Nathan Schuchert
The University of Iowa
2014
Jonathan Gerszberg
Rutgers,The State University of New Jersey
2014
Maureen Hoen
Clarkson University
2014
Matthew Ferguson
Cornell University
2014
Travis Hunt
Western Michigan University
2014
Steven Vincent
New Jersey Institute of Technology
2014