The Leon Burr Richardson Chemistry Prize

A monetary prize, established in 1966 by James B. Curry, Dartmouth Class of 1925, as a memorial to Professor Leon Burr Richardson, Dartmouth Class of 1900, is awarded annually to "a student who, in the opinion of the Department of Chemistry, has done outstanding work in Chemistry during the freshman year at Dartmouth." Duplicate prizes may be awarded.

PREVIOUS WINNERS

  • 2017 winner:  Carly C. Tymm '20
  • 2016 winner:  (not awarded)
  • 2015 winner:  (not awarded)
  • 2014 winner:  Ethan B. Blackwood '17
  • 2013 winner:  Silvia Arora ’16 and Rocco P. Morra, Jr. ‘16
  • 2012 winner:  Philip R. Larie ’15 and Alexander J. Shen ‘15
  • 2011 winner:  (not awarded)
  • 2010 winner:  Cory L. Chang '13
  • 2009 winners: Stephen W.R. Dunbar '12, Brenna M. Gibbons '12 and Shu Pang '12
  • 2008 winners: Travis S. Price '11 and Colleen R. Richardson '11
  • 2007 winner:  John P. Lane '10
  • 2006 winner:  Jeffrey A. Garber ‘09
  • 2005 winner:  Brendan K. Huang ‘08
  • 2004 winner:  Brian Y. Zhao ‘07
  • 2003 winner:  Yoosik Kim ‘06
  • 2002 winner:  Laura C. Yasaitis ‘05
  • 2001 winner:  Meredeth A. McGowan ‘04
  • 2000 winner:  Tacy E. Downing ‘03
  • 1999 winner:  (not awarded)
  • 1998 winner:  (not awarded)
  • 1997 winner:  Michael A. Pirozzi '00
  • 1996 winners: Sabina Hak '99 and Catherine E. Johnson '99
  • 1995 winner:  Rafael E. Hernandez '98
  • 1994 winner:  Eran BenDavid '97
  • 1993 winner:  Aaron Sandoski '96
  • 1992 winner:  Amanda Sutton '95
  • 1991 winner:  Kamala D. Dansinghani '94
  • 1990 winner:  Brett Allison '93
  • 1989 winners: Andrew Neckers '92 and Melissa Stamp '92
  • 1988 winner:  Michael Larson '91
  • 1987 winner:  James Griesse '90
  • 1986 winner:  Derek Walton '89