THE MARTIN TRAVEL ENDOWMENT
This award is funded by an endowment established by Barbara and Dean Martin, and its stated purpose is "to provide monies to enable graduate students in the Department of Chemistry at the University of South Florida to travel to approved scientific meetings to enhance their educational experience."
ALEXIOU AWARD IN ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY
This Award comes from the interest on an endowment created by Nicholas G Alexiou, M.D., M.P.H., and will be awarded annually starting in 2002 to a deserving graduate student doing research in Environmental Chemistry. Applicants should provide their advisor's name, their educational background, as well as graduate courses taken, GPA, summary of their research, and the significance of their research to Environmental Chemistry. Four copies should be provided to the Chemistry Department Office by 5 p.m. on the deadline date.
THE GEORGE BURSA AWARD
The George Bursa Award, supported by an endowment as a memorial to Mrs. Barbara B. Martin's father, is given annually to a deserving graduate student in Chemistry, who has demonstrated notable professional dedication and consideration for others. Applications should be submitted to the Chemistry Department Office by 5 p.m. on the deadline date.
THEODORE AND VENETTE ASKOUNES ASHFORD DOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP IN CHEMISTRY
The Ashford Graduate Fellowship is funded by an endowment established by the first full Professor of Chemistry at USF, Dr. Theodore Askounes Ashford, and his wife, Venette Askounes Ashford. Eligible graduate students can apply and are recommended by their advisor and other faculty members. The selection is made by a sub-committee of the Graduate Council, and is based on several criteria, including GPA, achievements, progress, good citizenship, and the understanding that the student will be present for at least one more academic year, to serve as an example to others. Applications should be submitted to the Chemistry Department Office by 5 p.m. on the deadline date.
BARBARA B. MARTIN ENDOWED FELLOWSHIP IN CHEMISTRY
The award is supported by the interest from an endowment established in December, 2007 in honor of Mrs. Martin. The purpose of the award is to provide support to a graduate student in chemistry who expresses an interest in an academic career following the awarding of an earned doctorate. Preference may be given to female applicants owing to their under-representation in this field. If the fellowship is not awarded in a given year, the monies will be rolled over to the next year or until an award can be made to a suitable candidate. Applications should be submitted to the Chemistry Department Office by 5 p.m. on the deadline date.