ACS DFW Student Award Nomination Form
The DFW local section invites nominations for the Outstanding Undergraduate Student and Outstanding Community College Student Awards. We encourage all educational institutions within the DFW local section to nominate students for these awards. Each institution/university can only nominate 1 student per calendar year for this award. It is the responsibility of the nominator to confirm the nominated student meets all eligibility criteria.

The deadline for the 2017 award is March 31, 2017.

Students will be recognized at a banquet in April, if they can attend. All student award winners will receive a $100 prize.

RSVP DEADLINE: FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 2017 at 5pm
Outstanding Undergraduate Student Award Criteria
The Dallas-Fort Worth local section is accepting nominations for Outstanding Undergraduate Student Awards. Each chemistry department at a 4 year degree granting institution in the Dallas-Fort Worth local section is allowed to nomination one student for this honor. Students will be recognized at the Awards Banquet to be held at the April DFW Local Section meeting. The award will include a $100 prize per student.

Student Requirements: (updated in 2015)
1) The student must be an undergraduate chemistry or biochemistry major enrolled in an ACS approved curriculum or its equivalent.
2) The student must be at least a junior with the equivalent of 8 hours of advanced (junior/senior level) chemistry coursework completed (or <4 hours completed and currently enrolled in remaining).
3) Student must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.
4) The student must be a member of a Chemistry Club, a student member of the ACS, or have presented a paper at a scientific meeting.

Outstanding Community College Award Criteria
The Dallas-Fort Worth local section is accepting nominations for Outstanding Community College Student Awards. Each chemistry department at a community college in the Dallas-Fort Worth local section is allowed to nomination one student for this honor. Students will be recognized at the Awards Banquet to be held at the April DFW Local Section meeting. The award will include a $100 prize per student. Community colleges departments are encouraged to create a committee with a faculty from each campus to choose 1 student nominee for the entire community college system.

Student Requirements: (updated in 2015)
1) The student must have passed the first semester of organic chemistry and be enrolled in the second semester organic chemistry course.
2) The student must be planning to transfer to a 4 year institution and major in chemistry or be working to complete training in a chemical technician program.

Nomination Form
Please fill in all sections below as accurately as possible to nominate a student.
Name of Nominator
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Email Address of Nominator
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Job Title of Nominator
Ex. Professor, Department Head, etc.
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University/Community College & Department
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Student Nominee Name
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Student Nominee University/Community College
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Student Nominee Degree/Major they are pursuing
Ex. B.S. in Chemistry, A.S. in General Studies
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Student Nominee Email Address
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Student Nominee Bio (<150 words)
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Student Nominee Anticipated Graduation Date
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Student Nominee Mailing Address
Address where the award of $100 can be mailed.
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Nomination Year
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I, (nominator), certify that the student I am nominating meets all of the award eligibility criteria as described above.
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