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Iota Sigma Pi

Iota Sigma Pi is a national honor society, first established in 1902, that promotes professional development and personal growth of women in chemistry and related fields. They do this through recognition, public outreach, and the formation of supportive networks. The organization presents several awards to women in chemistry which are listed below:

Professional Awards

Student Awards

  • The Gladys Anderson Emerson Undergraduate Scholarship
  • The Undergraduate Award for Excellence in Chemistry
  • Anna Louise Hoffman Award for Outstanding Achievement in Graduate Research
  • Members-at-Large Reentry Award

External links

  • Iota Sigma Pi website
  • Award Recipients
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