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Awards

Albert B. Saunders Chapter Recruitment Award shall be presented to one individual, of the Phi Chi Medical Fraternity, who helps create or re-establish a previously inactive Phi Chi Chapter.

Author's Award is given to the author for the most outstanding literary contribution to the National publication in any one year.  The awardee is chosen by the Editor-in-Chief and confirmed by the Executive Trustees.  The award consists of a marble block with the name of the recipient inscribed and $100.  The award is established at the XLVI Centennial Grand Chapter Convention in 1989.

Certificates of Merit for contribution to the Phi Chi Chronicles

Chapter Editor's Award is given to the Chapter Editor who submits the best article for publication to the Central Office.  The awardee is selected by the Editor-in-Chief and consists of a marble block with the recipients name inscribed and $25.

Distinguished Research Award is given to the members who are selected from submitted research articles and selected by the Welfare Association.  Please follow the link for a listing of requirements. For a list of recipients and their works

Eben J. Carey, MD Award is presented to the freshman member of each Phi Chi Chapter having the highest grade in anatomy.  A parchment is awarded to the recipient to recognize the achievement and a mounted plaque bearing the likeness of Eben J. Carey, MD, in bronze, beneath which metal plates containing the engraved names of the recipients is presented to the Chapter House.  The award is first established at the XXXI Grand Chapter Convention in 1950.

Emeritus Trustee is the highest award given to a Phi Chi Member. First established during the XLIII Grand Chapter meeting in 1986. To be eligible, a member must be a former Executive Trustee in good standing and elevated by resolution by the Grand Chapter. In the since first being established, the award has only been bestowed 4 times.

Honor Award consists of a jeweled Honor Key obtained only be authorization of active chapters, alumni chapters, the Executive Trustees or the Grand Chapter as awards for outstanding or meritorious service to the Fraternity.  The Honor Key is established during the XXXI Grand Chapter Convention on 1949 and first available in October 1950.

Michael J. Carey, MD Award is presented annually to the most outstanding senior class member of each chapter.  The award consists of a parchment provided by the Central Office suitable for framing.  The award is first presented February 26, 1960.

Daniel H. Cannon, MD, Scholarship is presented annually to the member chosen as the chapter representative to the National Convention. The recipient receives a parchment provided by the Central Office as well as a Scholarship to assist in attending the Grand Chapter meeting. The Award was originally named the Grand Chapter Scholarship and created at the LXIV Grand Chapter Convention in 2008. During the LXVI Grand Chapter Convention in 2010, the name was changed to the The Daniel H. Cannon, M.D., Leadership Award.

The Rudy F. Sievers, MD, Ph. D. Service Award is presented annually to the most outstanding member of each Phi Chi Chapter, based on outstanding service to the chapter, to the chapter spirit, to the Fraternity, to the faculty, or outstanding service by an alumnus.  The award consists of a parchment provided by the Central Office and a plaque bearing the name of Rudy F. Sievers, MD Ph.D., together with a brief description of the award.  Beneath the inscription is a metal plate with the name of the awardee engraved together with the date. The award is established at the XLVI Centennial Grand Chapter Convention in 1989.

T. B. Pearson, MD. Award is granted to the most outstanding chapters in any year.  It is conferred by either the Grand Chapter or by the Executive Trustees at their discretion and need not be awarded annually.  It consists of a plaque bearing the Arms of the Fraternity and the purpose of the award. The award is established at the XLVI Centennial Grand Chapter Convention in 1989.

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