The Dorothy C. and J. Arthur Campbell Prize
This prize was donated by friends to honor Dorothy C. and J. Arthur Campbell. Their commitment to Harvey Mudd College began at the opening of the College in 1957. This prize acknowledges the great contributions of the Campbells and honors a senior chemist for his/her achievement and promise.
- Kaitlyn Dwelle ’15 (not pictured)
- Mary May ’15
- Devon Stork ’15
The William G. Sly Prize
This prize was donated by friends to honor Professor Bill “The Snowman” Sly throughout his thirty-four years of understanding and love of learning that were an inspiration to colleagues and students alike. This prize honors a junior chemist who exemplifies the curiosity, intellectual integrity, and enthusiasm that Bill brought to his teaching and research.
- Max Frenkel ’16
- Shannon Wetzler ’16
Harald V. Johnson P70 Memorial Prize
This Prize was donated by Ben Johnson ’70 in memory of his father, Harald V. Johnson P70. This award annually recognizes a student who has done an outstanding job of communicating chemistry to the general public and the world outside Harvey Mudd College.
- To Be Announced
- American Chemical Society Analytical Award recognizes a chemist demonstrating excellence and promise in analytical chemistry: Mary May ’15
- American Chemical Society Inorganic Award recognizes a chemist demonstrating excellence and promise in inorganic chemistry: Kaitlyn Dwelle ’15
- American Chemical Society Organic Award recognizes a senior chemist who displays a significant aptitude for organic chemistry and to encourage further interest in the field: Eun Bin Go ’15
- American Chemistry Society Polymer Award recognizes a chemist demonstrating excellence and promise in polymer chemistry: To Be Announced
- CRC Press Chemistry Achievement Award recognizes outstanding achievement by first-year students in the core chemistry curriculum: Samuel Dietrich ’17, Timothy Middlemas ’17, and Rohan Shankar ’17
- The American Institute of Chemists Award honors a chemistry/chembio senior with a demonstrated record of leadership, character, scholastic achievement, and advancement potential in the chemical professions: To Be Announced
- Phi Lambda Upsilon (Honorary Chemical Society) aims and purposes the promotion of high scholarship and original investigation in all branches of pure and applied chemistry: To Be Announced