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Chemical Engineering Awards

All students are chemical engineering majors unless otherwise indicated.

Merck Fellow
- Robert Batten '05, Baltic, Conn.

OMNOVA Early Achievement Award for Excellence in Polymer Research
- Daeyeon Lee G, Seoul, Korea

Robert Haslam Cup--for outstanding professional promise in chemical engineering
- Peter Miller '05, Atlanta, Ga.

Roger de Friez Hunneman Prize--to an undergraduate for outstanding scholarship and research
- Pryia Shah '05, Nitro, W.V.

Edward W. Merrill Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award
- Harpreet Singh G, Lucknow, India, for his work with 10.213

Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant Award
- Srivnivas Moorkanikkara G, Coimbatore, India, for his work with 10.40

Outstanding Monday Seminar Award
- Ramin Haghgooie G, Ann Arbor, Mich. (fall)
- Daryl Powers G, Shrewsbury, Mass. (spring)

Chemical Engineering Special Service Awards
- Curt Fischer G, Okeana, Ohio
- Michelle Hardiman G, Halifax, Mass.
- Christopher Loose G, Okemos, Mich.
- Kristin Mattern G, Schnecksville, Pa.
- Brian Mickus G, Sylvania, Ohio
- Andrew Miller G, Urbana, Ill.
- Jorge Noble '05, Bronx, N.Y.
- Daniel Pregibon G, Findlay, Ohio
- Earl Solis G, Lake Hiawatha, N.J.
- Lily Tong G, Atlanta, Ga.
- Ryan Waletzko G, Bloomington, Minn.
- Anna Wilkins G, Weston, Mass.

Chemical Engineering "Rock" Award--for outstanding athletics
- Daniel Pregibon G, Findlay, Ohio

Outstanding Employee Award
- Alina Haverty, administrative assistant

Outstanding Faculty Award--from graduate students
- Professor Daniel Blankschtein

Outstanding Faculty Award--from graduate students
- Lecturer Jean Francois Hamel

Individual Accomplishment Citation
- James Hardsog, systems administrator

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on June 1, 2005 (download PDF).

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