College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Department of Chemistry

Seitz Award Information

The Seitz Award provides opportunities for sophomore and junior Biology, Chemistry or Physics majors to study abroad. The Seitz Award is designed to financially assist students who are looking for science educational experiences outside of the normal academic classroom setting in another country with which the student has demonstrated fluency in that country's language, including English.

Seitz Award Information (PDF 17kb)

Where have Seitz Scholars traveled?

2014

  • Japan - Bradley Magnetta, Physics & Mechanical Engineering and William Grabb, Physics & Electrical Engineering
  • Panama - Faculty/student research trip in Biology 

2013

  • South Africa - Taylor Evans, Biology
  • Belize - Faculty/student research trip in Biology (biannual trip for 12-15 students)

2012

  • Dublin, Ireland - Brittany Foerg, Biology

2011

  • Hefei, China - Adam Kidd, Physics
  • Cadiz, Spain - Kala Ghooray, Chemistry
  • Leipzig, Germany - Michael Slack, Chemistry
  • Belize - Faculty/student research trip in Biology (biannual trip for 12-15 students)

2010

  • Togo - Hilary Broderick, Biology

2009

  • Panama - Caleb Fischer, Biology
  • Belize - Faculty/Student research trip in Biology (biannual trip for 12-15 students)

2008

  • China - Kyle Oberfell, Physics
  • Panama - Stacye Summitt, Biology
  • Germany - Meagan Hinze, Chemistry
  • Kenya - Jonathon Irons, Anthropology

2007

  • Belize - Faculty/Student research trip in Biology (biannual trip for 12-15 students)

2006

  • Australia - Tyler Blakley, Biology/Chemistry
  • Australia - Lauren Gersbach, Biology
  • Spain - Laura White, Biology

2005

  • Belize - Faculty/Student research trip in Biology (biannual trip for 12-15 students)
  • San Jose, Costa Rica - Kelsey Burton, Biology/Chemistry
  • Copenhagen, Denmark - Laura Quilter, Biology/Spanish
  • Marseille, France - Jeff Carvell, Physics/Engineering
  • Paris, France - Jenna Gross, Chemistry
  • Taipei, Taiwan - Faculty/Student research trip in Chemistry
  • Tara Benz, Greg Campanello, Ken Clevenger, Victoria Fahrenbach, Carrie Hedge, Sheetal Mistry

2003

  • Oxford, England - Matthew Riley, Biology
  • Paris, France - Deborah Hill, Chemistry/Dance
  • Taipei, Taiwan - Faculty/Student research trip in Chemistry
  • Katie Brocksmith, Keith Gligorich, Scott Hocker, Chemistry

2002

  • Paris, France - Samantha Keith, Biology/Spanish
  • South Africa - Joanna Thomas, Chemistry
  • Stirling, Scotland - Marcy Taylor, Chemistry
  • United Kingdom - Emily Shrode, Chemistry

2001

  • Holzkirchen, Germany - Rachel Miller, Chemistry
  • Honduras - Jennifer Cockrill, Biology
  • Spain - Krystal Briney, Physics/Mathematics/Engineering
  • Spain - Brian Steurerwald, Chemistry

2000

  • France - Shannon Basford, Chemistry/French
  • France - Kristen Schuster, Biology
  • Spain - Florian Stamm, Biology/Anthropology