Stanley Hall Renovation Complete

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The renovations of Stanley Hall were completed in August 2013 at a cost of $17.6 million, making the science facilities at Earlham College more collaborative, efficient and visible. The projects modernized and reconfigured labs for optimal collaboration between chemistry, biology and biochemistry, better reflecting the way science is conducted today and giving students more opportunities to participate in research across the disciplines. This is the first of a three-phase science building initiative repesenting an investment of more than $30 million.

The Carleton B. Edwards Chemistry Scholarships

The Carleton B. Edwards Chemistry Scholarships are 4-year scholarships awarded annually to outstanding entering students who plan to major in chemistry, in environmental science with a chemistry emphasis, or in our biology/chemistry interdepartmental program. The current value of the award is at least $2,500 per year renewable for up to 4 years, contingent on the recipient making reasonable progress towards a degree. Recipients are chosen by the faculty in the chemistry department based on academic achievement in high school, level of interest in chemistry, and their references letters.

To be considered for a Carleton B. Edwards scholarship we need to receive from you the following:

  1. A completed online application form from you indicating your desire to apply for a scholarship. This application form includes an essay describing why you are interested and planning to major in chemistry, in environmental science with a chemistry emphasis or in our biology/chemistry interdepartmental program, highlighting any significant experiences.  If you have participated in any independent studies and/or research projects that you did in a chemistry course, or other science course, please describe those as well.  You may also include/attach examples (reports, etc.) of any special work or projects you have done that have involved chemistry or other science experiences.

  2. Two reference letters with at least one from someone who can speak to the quality of your work in chemistry and other sciences. Please have your reference letters sent to the Chemistry Department.

The Chemistry faculty expects to select the scholarship recipient by late March. You may send information either by U.S. mail, by FAX (765-983-1554), or by e-mail attachments (Word). If you use e-mail, please send materials to chemistry@earlham.edu.

All application materials must be received no later than March 7, 2014.

 

Earlham has a strong chemistry department that is certified by the American Chemical Society. We are especially proud of our opportunities for students to do research and independent laboratory studies starting early in their college career. Our graduates are admitted to some of the best graduate-degree programs in chemistry in the nation, such as Purdue University, the University of Utah, and Boston University. Recent Chemistry and Biochemistry graduates have also gone on to work as research assistants at diverse settings such as Columbia University, Oak Ridge National Lab, and the National Institute of Health; other students enter M.D. programs at Harvard, Johns Hopkins, the University of Chicago, and more. Chemistry and Biochemistry majors at Earlham have also been selected as Fulbright scholars.

If you would like to know more about the chemistry program at Earlham, please look around our web site or contact a chemistry faculty member.

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Earlham College, an independent, residential college, aspires to provide the highest-quality undergraduate education in the liberal arts, including the sciences, shaped by the distinctive perspectives of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers).

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