Schreiner University Announces the
2022-2023 Judith and Jo A. Beran Chemistry Award Recipients

Award for the advancement of undergraduates in Chemistry

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2022-2023 Judith and Jo A. Beran Chemistry Award Recipients

Schreiner University Professor of Chemistry with 2022-2023 Judith and Jo A. Beran Award recipients Caleb Dubes and Aiden Warren

Kerrville, TX – Schreiner University’s Professor of Chemistry, Dr. Kiley Miller, recently announced the 2022-2023 recipients of the Judith and Jo A. Beran Chemistry Award. This year’s recipients were Caleb Dubes – General Chemistry Award and Aiden Warren – Organic Chemistry Award. Dubes and Warren will receive stipends this fall to facilitate engagement in undergraduate research. The Judith and Jo A. Beran Chemistry Endowment was established in 2011 to encourage students to continue their education in the sciences. This is the 11th Judith and Jo A. Beran General Chemistry Award and the 5th Judith and Jo A. Beran Organic Chemistry Award.

Caleb Dubes, the 2022-2023 recipient of the Judith and Jo A. Beran General Chemistry Award, is from Pflugerville, TX. He is fascinated by chemistry and has the long-term goal to work in the pharmaceutical industry researching and developing better medicines.

“I would like to express my sincere gratitude to the Berans and to the Schreiner University Chemistry Faculty,” said Dubes. “Not only is it rewarding, but it is also very motivating to be recognized as a student who is worthy of the award. I will continue to work hard academically in the hopes of being a good representative of the Berans and Schreiner. I am humbled to have been selected for the Judith and Jo A. Beran General Chemistry Award and wish to thank everyone involved for providing me with this opportunity.”

Aiden Warren, the 2022-2023 recipient of the Judith and Jo A. Beran Organic Chemistry Award, is from Dripping Springs, TX and plans to become a veterinarian.

“The Judith and Jo A. Beran Organic Chemistry Award is a great honor, and I cannot express my gratitude enough,” said Warren. “I plan to use this award to help me achieve my academic goal of getting into Vet school and becoming a veterinarian. I am also especially grateful to all of the amazing faculty and staff at Schreiner University for their overwhelming support.”

For more information about the Judith and Jo A. Beran Endowment for the Advancement of Undergraduates in Chemistry, contact Dr. Kiley Miller, HSI-STEM Grant Director and Professor of Chemistry, at kpmiller@schreiner.edu.

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