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Fifteen Chemistry Students Receive NSF Fellowships

Honorees chosen from close to 12,000 applicants represent a diverse group of scientific disciplines from all U.S. states, commonwealths, and territories.

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Four Chemistry Seniors Elected to Phi Beta Kappa

Founded in 1776, Phi Beta Kappa is the nation’s oldest academic honor society.

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Allena Goren and Megan Jackson named 2019 Graduate Women of Excellence

Goren and Jackson were honored for their leadership, service contributions, dedication to mentoring, and their drive to improve the student experience.

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Graduate Student Spotlight: Chloe Morgan

Chemistry Graduate Student Chloe Morgan describes her research and answers 20 random questions as part of the Graduate Student Spotlight series.

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Graduate Student Spotlight: Will Howland

Chemistry Graduate Student Will Howland describes his research and answers 20 random questions as part of the Graduate Student Spotlight series.

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The chemist and the stage

Senior chemistry major, athlete, and artist Audrey Pillsbury creates a musical about life as a second-generation Asian-American.

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Carly Ziegler wins Koch Institute Image Award

The Koch Institute Image Awards seek to recognize the extraordinary visuals that are produced through life sciences and biomedical research at MIT.

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Graduate Student Spotlight: Amanda Cowfer

Chemistry Graduate Student Amanda Cowfer describes her research and answers 20 random questions as part of the Graduate Student Spotlight series.

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National competition veterans pay it forward at regional science contest

More than 100 middle school students compete at the fourth Northeast Regional Science Bowl, hosted by students at MIT and sponsored by the School of Science.

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Graduate Student Spotlight: Rose Hadley

Chemistry Graduate Student Rose Hadley describes her research and answers 20 random questions as part of the Graduate Student Spotlight series.

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Ameena Iqbal and Madeleine Kline named Burchard Scholars

Named in honor of John Ely Burchard, the first dean of MIT SHASS, the Burchard program allows for a vigorous, challenging of ideas from across the Institute.

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Graduate Student Spotlight: Minjung Son

Chemistry Graduate Student Minjung Son describes her research and answers 20 random questions as part of the Graduate Student Spotlight series.

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3Q: The symbiosis of chemistry and choreography

Dance gives graduate student Lindsey Orgren an artistic outlet and fuels her passion for research, adding immeasurable value to her MIT experience.

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