Gordon A. McKay Award

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Gordon A. McKay Award
Awarded for best oral student presentation at society's annual meeting
Presented by Meteoritical Society
Reward $1,000 and certificate
First awarded 2009

The Gordon A. McKay Award is an annual prize given by the Meteoritical Society to the student who gives the best oral presentation at its annual meeting.[1] This award honors the memory of Gordon A. McKay (1945-2008), a NASA planetary scientist specializing in lunar and Martian geochemistry. The award was established in 2009. The award comes with a prize of $1,000 and a certificate.

Gordon A. McKay Award Winners[edit]

Gordon A. McKay Award Winners
Year Name
2009 Julia Ann Cartwright
2010 Rachel Smith
2011 Dennis Harries
2012 Maartje Hamers

See also[edit]