Student Research Awards to be Presented at EAS 2022

Student Research Awards to be Presented at EAS 2022

The Eastern Analytical Symposium (EAS) supports a Student Research Awards program to recognize students involved in research in the broad field of analytical chemistry. These awards have been expanded to include both graduate and undergraduate students. This year, there are four winners in each category.

The 2022 Graduate Student Research Awardees are Kaylie Kirkwood of North Carolina State University (Nominated by Prof. Erin Baker); Kevan Knizner of North Carolina State University (nominated by Prof. David Muddiman); Samuel Krug of the University of Maryland (nominated by Prof. Maureen Kane); and Lexi McCarthy of The Ohio State University (nominated by Prof. Phillip Grandinetti).

The winners of the 2022 Undergraduate Student Research Award are Quang Minh (Harry) Dang of the University of Richmond (nominated by Prof. Michael Leopold); Olivia Dioli of North Carolina State University (nominated by Prof. David Muddiman); Matthew Giammar of The Ohio State University (nominated by Prof. Philip Grandinetti); and Naiara Munich of Barnard College (nominated by Prof. Lauren Marbella).

Nomination criteria for the awards include excellent grades, appraisals of how the students handle their investigations, their approach, and how they resolve problems and publicly disseminate their work. For more information on nominating a student for 2022, click here.