The ACS Green Chemistry Institute® administers two student awards each year that recognize and support young chemists and engineers interested in green chemistry and engineering. Applications for both awards are due on February 1, 2014. Apply today for these awards and take your education to the next level.

 

Joseph Breen Memorial Fellowship

The Breen award sponsors young international scholars to participate in a green chemistry technical meeting, conference, or training program. The award covers travel and registration expenses up to $2,000.

 

Find out more & apply to the Joseph Breen Memorial Fellowship

 

Kenneth G. Hancock Memorial Award

The Hancock award of $1,000 is presented annually at the Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference, and recognizes student contributions to the advancement of green chemistry research or education. The award is open to any undergraduate through graduate level student, regardless of country of origin or place of study. Find out more & apply to the Kenneth G. Hancock Memorial Award

 

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For details, please visit the ACS GCI awards page or email gci@acs.org.

 

 

 

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