Anna Louise Hoffman Award for Outstanding Achievement in Graduate Research
Awarded by Iota Sigma Pi
To recognize outstanding achievement in chemical research.
Please see the website for further details.
The candidate must be a full-time (as defined by the nominee's institution) woman graduate student who is a candidate for a graduate degree in an accredited institution. The research presented by the candidate must be original research which can be described by one of the main chemical divisions (e.g., analytical, biochemical, inorganic, organic, physical, and/or ancillary divisions of chemistry). The nominee may be, but need not be, a member of Iota Sigma Pi.
The award will be $500, a certificate and a waiver of dues for one year
The complete dossier must be sent electronically as a single file (pdf format is recommended) to Professor Jill Nelson Granger.
Iota Sigma Pi
Iota Sigma Pi, founded in 1902, is a National Honor Society that serves to promote the advancement of women in chemistry by granting recognition to women who have demonstrated superior scholastic achievement and high professional competence by election into Iota Sigma Pi.