Skylar Hendricks, a senior chemistry major, received multiple awards at the ASU Honors Convocation held on March 9, 2012. These awards included the Richard T. Mixon Award for academic excellence in Chemistry and contributions to the department; the McCrary Science Award for the highest science GPA; the Honors Program Project Award for her thesis entitled “Determination of Estrogens in Water by Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry”; a Scholastic Achievement Award for the highest GPA in her class; and the newly named William A. Bloodworth Jr. Academic Recognition Day Scholar Award, which is the highest academic honor awarded to a student at ASU.
Skylar will graduate in May. She intends to pursue pharmacy and has already been accepted
into the University of South Carolina School of Pharmacy. She works in the Chemistry
and Physics tutoring center and occasionally in the department office. She is an ASU
student ambassador and a member of the ASU Honors Program. She has been an ADP Scholar
for three years.
Congratulations to Skylar on her remarkable accomplishments at ASU!