Freshman Recognition Award

The Freshman Recognition Award is presented to one AIChE student member in each student chapter who has been the most active in their student chapter during his/her freshman year, on recommendation of the Student Chapter Advisor.

Deadline: 
July 1, 2016
Award Sponsors: 
Award: 
  • Free Registration to the upcoming Annual Student Conference (Valued at $99)
  • $50 Travel Allowance to be used towards the upcoming Annual Student Conference
  • Certificate of Recognition

View photos from 2015 Freshman/Sophomore Recognition Ceremony on Flickr

Presentation: 
This award is presented at the Annual Student Conference.
Instructions: 

To be eligible for this prize, the nominee must be an AIChE member. The nominee’s student chapter also MUST file an Annual Report with AIChE. The reporting period is open from April to June 30. 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 July 1 about any missing annual reports. Chapters will be allowed a one-month grace period after the nomination deadline to file a report.

Application

Click here for Online Nomination Form

For assistance, please contact AIChE Awards Administrator, Email: awards@aiche.org.

Award Winners

Emma Guilfoil
University of Kentucky, Lexington
2015
Joseph Adams
Michigan State University
2015
Jacob Beakas
University of Toledo
2015
Allen Black
Brigham Young University
2015
Natalie Boykoff
NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering
2015
Marcel Briguglio
Rowan University
2015
Ryan Cavanagh
North Carolina State University
2015
Decklan Cerza
University of Pennsylvania
2015
Cole Davis
Bucknell University
2015
Ryan Dunham
University of Arizona
2015
Michael Eggleston
University of Rhode Island
2015
Nick George
University of Tulsa
2015
Ranpreet Gill
Thapar University
2015
Ryan Gordon
University of Massachusetts, Amherst
2015
Jessica Graves
Western Michigan University
2015
Nicolas Gural
Stevens Institute of Technology
2015
Eric Hale
Colorado School of Mines
2015
Auburn University
2015