John Sullivan Endowed Scholarship
Recipients of this scholarship are selected by the Chemistry Club based upon their applications. Applicants must meet the following criteria:
- Applicants must have completed CHEM 123/124 by the beginning of the award period.
- Students must obtain written permission from a faculty member to register for research under the faculty member's direction (this should be included as part of the application).
- Preference is given to students who are active in the Chemistry Club.
- Students who are awarded the scholarship must join the American Chemical Society as a student affiliate.
Dr. John Sullivan was a beloved professor of organic chemistry at EMU for forty-two years, until his untimely death at the age of 68 in 2000. Professor Sullivan came to EMU immediately after his Ph.D. graduate work at the University of Michigan. His love for teaching chemistry was apparent to all who knew him. In addition to teaching, he also served as the adviser to pre-dental students and remained active in synthetic organic chemistry research. In all that he did, Professor Sullivan had the ability to cut through all the superfluous and get right to the heart of the matter. In all of his dealings, he was always straightforward. These traits were appreciated by both his students and his colleagues.
- 2018 - Lisa Pierce
- 2017 - Zeineb El-Mohri
- 2016 - Justin Powers
- 2015 - Toya Rodriguez
- 2014 - Philip E. Elugbemi
- 2013 - Briana S. Moe
- 2012 - Erika M. Van Goethem
- 2011 - Payge A. Shelton
- 2010 - Michelle A. Altenburg
- 2009 - Hillary E. Walters
- 2008 - Kristi L. Henricks
- 2007 - Nicholas R. Stoyanovich and Jennifer J. Vogel
- 2006 - Michael A. Kallio
- 2005 - no award given
- 2004 - Eddie L. Marrero
- 2003 - Cortney N. Petrok
- 2002 - Troy B. Lipan
- 2001 - Virginia L. Burkel and Michael J. Hyde