2013 Barbara Stull Graduate Student Award Winners
The SAS Barbara Stull Graduate Student Award is one of the most important awards bestowed by the Society because it recognizes outstanding individuals who will become the future of the field of spectroscopy. This award is given to a graduate student(s) in honor of longtime SAS employee Barbara Stull in recognition of outstanding research in the area of spectroscopy. Any full-time graduate student doing research in the field of spectroscopy is eligible for the award.
This year's winners are:
Marie Richard-Lacroix of the University of Montreal
Andrew J. Schwartz of Indiana University
Both students were chosen based on outstanding spectroscopic research, leadership within their respective groups, and exceptional productivity evidenced by multiple first-author papers in excellent journals. Ms. Richard-Lacroix was singled out for her work in the area of polarized Raman spectroscopy and Mr. Schwartz for his work in atomic emission spectroscopy.
Both students will be recoginezed for their achievements at the annual SAS Wine and Cheese Awards Reception held during the SAS National Meeting at SciX 2013 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on October 1.
For a list of all 2013 SAS Award winners click here.