Midland Section of ACS Recognizes Alma Students, Faculty

Nancy and Joel Dopke receive science teaching awards.

<em>Kendall Kamp</em>Kendall KampSeveral Alma College students and faculty were recognized for excellence by the Midland Section of the American Chemical Society at the organization’s 2017 spring banquet.

With nearly 157,000 members, the American Chemical Society is the world’s largest scientific society. The Midland Section serves students, educators and the wider community in the five counties of Midland, Bay, Saginaw, Gratiot and Isabella.

Each year at a spring banquet, the Midland Section recognizes excellence in science teaching and outstanding chemistry students (as nominated by instructors).

<em>Alexander Hall</em>Alexander HallThis year two graduating Alma College students were recognized:

  • Alexander Hall, Outstanding Student in Biochemistry. Hall will begin medical school in the fall.
  • Kendall Kamp, Outstanding Student in Chemistry. Kamp will begin her graduate work toward a Ph.D. in the fall.

Two Alma College faculty also were recognized for their achievement in teaching.

  • Nancy and Joel Dopke, Outstanding Achievement in College Teaching
Story published on May 18, 2017