The department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Mount Allison University offers a broad variety of awards/prizes/scholarships which are available to qualified students. The nature of the prize may be in the form of a monetary award, gift or plaque of recognition. In order to be considered, Chemistry and Biochemistry students are encouraged to seek further information from the department head.

The following is a general list of awards, prizes and scholarships available through the Chemistry and Biochemistry Department:  

 Harold Bigelow Prize

  • Awarded to fourth year Chemistry students.
  •  Chemistry recommends; based on summer research.
  •  Dean's office uses this money for summer research grants.
  •  contact Financial Services for spending allocation.

R. P. Chapman Prize

  • Awarded to fourth year undergrad Chemistry students.
  • Chemistry recommends; based on summer research.
  • contact Financial Services for spending allocation.
  • funds to be used for summer research fellowship(s) stipends

E. Lovett Prize

  • Student must be in science.
  • a portion is to be for a Chemistry student specifically.
  • Chemistry recommends.

 Kendall Scott Memorial Prize in Chemistry

  • Awarded to a Chemistry student in good academic standing.
  • who exemplifies the qualities of thoughtfulness, generosity, collaboration and calm.

Society of Chemical Industry Student Merit Award

  • Plaque.
  • paid for by Department.

Murray Sears Memorial Prizes in Chemistry

  • awarded in recognition of excellent laboratory performance by students registered in a chemistry programme.
  • must show leadership in the laboratory such as might be demonstrated by a student instructor.
  • awarded to a 2nd year chemistry student enrolled in at least three, 3-credit courses in chemistry AND
  • awarded to a 3rd year chemistry student enrolled in at least two 3rd year, 3 credit courses in chemistry.
  • nomination forms can be obtained from the Barclay office, room 111, or beside the dropbox on each floor.
  • deadline for submissions is noon on March 17 each year, to the Barclay office. 

J.S. & A.C.Bowen Scholarship

  • to be used to supplement the general operating expenses of the Chemistry Department

Carnegie Scholarship

  • to support summer student research in the Chemistry Department