Physics, Applied Physics and Astronomy is pleased to present the 2017 recipients of the following student awards presented at the School of Science Commencement brunch. Congratulations!
G. Howard Carragan Award (1961)
An annual award based on the income from funds contributed by friends and former students of Professor Carragan, the prize is awarded to a senior in the Department of Physics, Applied Physics, and Astronomy for outstanding scholarship.
J. Lawrence and Gertrude Katz (2001)
The J. Lawrence and Gertrude Katz award in Physics was established in 2001. This award is presented to the student selected as the outstanding graduating senior receiving a Bachelor of Science in Physics.
Nadia Trinkala Service Award (2012)
Established by Diane and Michael Trinkala in memory of their daughter, is given to a Physics or Applied Physics student who has made significant contributions to the community and quality of life at Rensselaer and in City of Troy.
Rensselaer Class of 1902 Research Prize (1927)
The Class of 1902 Research Prize, established by the Class of 1902. It is awarded at Commencement to the senior in the School of Science or Engineering who has completed two semesters of undergraduate research and who presents the best research results culminating in a written report, submitted paper, or thesis.
Alan N. Pearl, Physics
Robert Resnick Award
Awarded to an undergraduate student majoring in Physics or Applied Physics for academic achievement.
William “Joe” Meese
Edmond Brown Prize (2017)
The prize shall be awarded to an outstanding graduate student in Physics, Applied Physics and Astronomy for research in theoretical condensed matter physics.
Hillard B. Huntington Award (1976)
Friends and former students of the late Hillard B. Huntington, professor emeritus of Physics, established the prize. It is awarded at Commencement to an outstanding graduate student in the Department of Physics, Applied Physics, and Astronomy.
Paul S. Ho (2010)
Established in 2010, by Dr. Paul S. Ho, is awarded to an outstanding graduate student enrolled in the Department of Physics, Applied Physics, and Astronomy.
Walter Eppenstein '52 Graduate Teaching Assistant Award (1991)
Established by friends and colleagues of Walter Eppenstein, Professor Emeritus of Physics, to honor his many contributions to education at Rensselaer. It is awarded to a graduate student for outstanding contribution to our teaching program in the Department of Physics, Applied Physics, and Astronomy.