Chemistry Research Mentorship Award

Providing current undergraduate students with the opportunity to engage in chemistry research is instrumental in both retention and career development of STEM students. Through generous donations of Stephen D. Morton, PPG Industries, Robert C. Doban and Stanley B. Mirviss, the Department of Chemistry was given the opportunity to present these Mentoring Awards celebrating the successes of effective graduate student-undergraduate researcher mentorship. All current chemistry graduate students are eligible to be nominated for these Mentoring Awards, regardless of whether they conduct research within the Department of Chemistry or outside the department. Non-chemistry graduate students conducting research with a Department of Chemistry faculty member are also eligible. Non-chemistry graduate students working with faculty outside of Chemistry (including affiliated Chemistry faculty) are not eligible for these awards. Please note, undergraduate nominators and graduate student mentors must both be enrolled students at the time of the nomination. By filling out this application in addition to submitting a minimum of two supporting letters (at least one from yourself and one from your faculty research mentor), your graduate student mentor will be considered for all four mentorship awards.

Department of Chemistry
Supplemental Questions
  1. When did you first start attending UW-Madison?
  2. When do you expect to graduate?
  3. Last name of your Faculty Research Mentor
  4. Full name of your Graduate Student Mentor
  5. How long have you worked in this research lab?
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