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Chemistry Club receives national award

Chemistry Club receives national award

For the ninth straight year, WKU’s Chemistry Club has earned national recognition from the American Chemical Society.

WKU’s American Chemical Society student chapter received a Commendable Award for its significant professional and service activities. Only 25 percent of all ACS student chapters receive an award.

Sarah Ward, a chemistry major from Glasgow, is serving her second year as chapter president. Dr. Les Pesterfield served as the faculty advisor in 2010-2011; Dr. Jeremy Maddox will serve as the faculty advisor this year.

Contact: Cathleen Webb, (270) 745-3786.

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