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( May 14, 1997)
SDSM& T STUDENT FROM WINNER RECEIVES AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMIST FOUNDATION AWARD
Melissa Reis of Winner was recently named a recipient of the 1997 Student Award for Chemistry from the American Institute of Chemist Foundation. The award honors outstanding seniors and graduate students majoring in chemistry, chemical engineering or biochemistry.
Melissa recently graduated from the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry. She was nominated for the award by her SDSM& T professors for her ability, character, scholastic achievement and potential advancement in the chemical profession.
As a 1997 Student Awardee, Melissa will receive a free one- year membership in the American Institute of Chemists ( AIC), a subscription to The Chemist, AIC’s bimonthly publication for the chemical profession, and a listing in the 1997- 1998 Professional Directory. The AIC is a national, nonprofit organization which promotes the relevance of the chemical profession to society.
Melissa is the daughter of Carolyn and Brad Reis of Hamill.
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