Anderson and Welch receive Chemistry Awards at PSC

Anderson

Potomac State College of West Virginia University recently honored many of their students, faculty and staff with awards and recognition during its annual Weekend of Honors. Meghan Anderson, a biology major from Keyser, W.Va., was the recipient of the Morris Organic Chemistry Award which was presented by Chemistry Professor Henry Falkowski.  Anderson is a graduate of Keyser High School.  This award is named for Professor Jasper Morris, former professor of chemistry and physics at the College.  The student receiving this award must have the highest average in organic chemistry, both in lecture and laboratory, for the two-semester sequence.

Welch

Potomac State College of West Virginia University recently honored many of their students, faculty and staff with awards and recognition during its annual Weekend of Honors. Todd Welch, a sophomore from Clear Spring, Md. who is majoring in pre-veterinary medicine, was presented with the Powell General Chemistry Award.  This award is named for Maurice Powell, who served for many years as chairman of the College’s chemistry department.  The student receiving this award must have the highest average in both lecture and laboratory for the complete two- semester sequence of Chemistry 115 and 116.  Chemistry Professor Henry Falkowski presented the award.