Student Competitions

Grant opportunity for Undergraduate and Graduate students in Chemistry Education

One $500 travel award will be granted to an undergraduate or graduate student who is making an oral presentation in a Chemistry Education Division symposium. Students are encouraged to present papers pertaining to their experiences as an undergraduate student as it relates to an educational aspect of their chemistry studies. Applicants are asked to send a copy of their abstract and a letter describing their contribution to the Chem Ed symposium to Nola Etkin (  by February 10, 2020.

Chemistry in Canada 2067 - Highlighting Undergraduate Research​

Building on the success of last year’s inaugural event in Quebec City, this special session will celebrate our top undergraduate researchers by providing a conference level platform for them to share their work. Twenty undergraduate students will be selected to present a 3-minute flash talk as a preview of their poster within the technical program of CCCE2020. Any undergraduate student may apply to become a Canada 2067 Scholar by submitting an abstract for a poster presentation within the technical session of their choice by March 31, 2020 and by selecting the option to be considered for the Chemistry in Canada 2067 distinction.

Students selected for the Canada in 2067 Symposium are also be eligible for a poster presentation award.

Check out the winners of the 2019 Student Oral and Poster Competition Winners!