SAS Graduate and Undergraduate Student Award (Barbara Stull Award)
These awards are given to up to 2 graduate and up to 2 undergraduate students in recognition of outstanding research in the area of spectroscopy. Any full-time student doing research in the field of spectroscopy shall be eligible for the award. The recipient shall be selected by the Awards Committee as described in Article XIV, Section 6 of the Bylaws. The award shall consist of a plaque or scroll and an expense-paid trip to FACSS to accept the award. The Executive Director shall make all arrangements regarding travel, hotel, and registration expenses of the awardee. The Executive Director shall also inform the awardee of any limitations in the amount of money which may be spent for meals and miscellaneous expenses.
Undergraduate Award in Applied Spectroscopy
This award is granted to a junior or senior undergraduate student majoring in science. Each Regional Section may make one such award each year. Students may apply for, or be nominated for, this award through the Regional Section chair. Selection criteria and administration of the award is governed by the Regional Section Affairs Committee. The Regional Section shall select the awardee and make the final award in accordance with the criteria established. The Society will provide each awardee with a one-year subscription to the Journal and a certificate.
Society for Applied Spectroscopy Undergraduate Student Travel Grant
To encourage undergraduate student research in spectroscopy, the Society for Applied Spectroscopy (SAS) is offering a limited number of travel awards of up to $300 per student to attend SciX, the annual national meeting of the SAS. Applications for the grant program are due to the SAS by July 1 and must be submitted by the student’s research advisor. Decisions on grant recipients will be made in a timely manner and communicated to the student and advisor.