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All students are chemistry majors unless otherwise noted.

CRC Press Freshman Chemistry Achievement Award--for academic achievement by a freshman in chemistry

Joel Yuen, Mexico City

ACS Analytical Chemistry Award--for achievement by a junior in analytical chemistry

Torsak Luanphaisarnnont, Bangkok

Merck Index Award--for outstanding scholarship

Elisa Calimano '04, San Juan, Puerto Rico

Michelle Nyein '04, Buffalo Grove, Ill.

Peng Wu '04, Ames, Iowa

American Institute of Chemists Foundation Award--for outstanding achievement, ability, leadership and character

Sonya Tang '04, Great Neck, N.Y.

Chemistry Service Award--for significant service to the department

Neal Mankad '04, Williamsport, Penn.

Frederick D. Greene Teaching Award--for outstanding teaching

Jeremy Baskin '04, Westmont, Canada

Neal Mankad '04, Williamsport, Penn.

Sonya Tang '04, Great Neck, N.Y.

Strem Prize--for excellence in undergraduate research

Neal Mankad '04, Williamsport, Penn.

Chemistry Research Award

Kathryn Duffy '04, Port Washington, Wis.

Jennifer Lee '04, Moraga, Calif.

Neal Mankad '04, Williamsport, Penn.

Alpha Chi Sigma Award--for achievement in research, scholarship, and service to the department

Jeremy Baskin '04, Westmont, Canada

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on June 2, 2004 (download PDF).

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