Carli Kovel (MacBeth Group) Named Bobby Jones Scholar for Study in Scotland

Carli Kovel, recently featured here in an Undergraduate Spotlight, has been named one of Emory’s Bobby Jones Scholars. This award, given to students selected for their academic excellence, exemplary character, and integrity, will allow its recipients to spend a year studying at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland.  Carli currently conducts research in the MacBeth lab and is interested in catalysis and “green chemistry”.

In the Emory News Center article, Carli says:

“The opportunity will provide me with international perspectives on utilizing chemistry to solve global environmental issues. This will eventually enable me to become a catalyst for change, through chemical catalysis.”

Congratulations, Carli!

Two Chemistry Majors Receive Robert T. Jones Scholarships

Chemistry majors Steven Dry and Phillip May have been awarded highly prestigious Robert T. Jones Jr. Scholarships for a year of study at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland.

Widely known as the Bobby Jones Scholarship, the award was established in 1976 and recognizes individuals who will be excellent representatives of Emory at St. Andrews. Qualities required include intellectual excellence, a significant leadership record and academic interests that can be pursued through the offerings at St. Andrews. The scholars receive full tuition and a travel stipend for their year of study. In addition, four St. Andrews students are chosen to spend a year at Emory.

[Press Release]