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American Chemical Society ACS National Awards Program ACS Leadership Institute Friday, January 21, 2011 American Chemical Society ACS National Awards Program ACS Leadership Institute Friday, January 21, 2011 Ms. Martha K. Lester, Staff Liaison ACS Board Committee on Grants & Awards

Mission To promote and deliver a high-quality recognition program that highlights the contributions of Mission To promote and deliver a high-quality recognition program that highlights the contributions of members of the chemistry enterprise by actively engaging chemical practitioners worldwide. American Chemical Society 2

National Awards Program • 64 National Awards – 53 given annually – 10 given National Awards Program • 64 National Awards – 53 given annually – 10 given bi-annually – 1 given tri-annually • More than 800 nominations received each year. American Chemical Society 3

National Awards Program • Recognize individual/team accomplishments in diverse fields of the chemical sciences. National Awards Program • Recognize individual/team accomplishments in diverse fields of the chemical sciences. – Analytical Chemistry – Chemical Education – Diversity & Emerging Chemists – Environmental Science – Industrial Chemistry – Inorganic Chemistry American Chemical Society 4

National Awards Program – Physical Chemistry – Interdisciplinary Science – Leadership & Service – National Awards Program – Physical Chemistry – Interdisciplinary Science – Leadership & Service – Medicinal & Pharmaceutical Science – Organic Chemistry – Polymer & Material Science American Chemical Society 5

Timeline: July xx to March xx+2 • July 1, 2009: Call for nominations • Timeline: July xx to March xx+2 • July 1, 2009: Call for nominations • Nov. 1, 2009: Nominations close • Nov. – March 2010: Selection Committees appointed and filled • March—July 2010 : Selection Committees review nominations, discuss via conference call, send ballot • Aug. 2010: Winners announced in C&EN and to divisions • March 2011: Banquet & Award Addresses American Chemical Society 6

Opportunities for Divisions • Recommend technical experts for Canvassing & Selection Committees, especially women Opportunities for Divisions • Recommend technical experts for Canvassing & Selection Committees, especially women and underrepresented minorities • Organize awards address/symposium • Identify sponsors for unsupported awards American Chemical Society 7

Division Sponsorship • Irving Langmuir Award in Chemical Physics co-sponsored by PHYS • E. Division Sponsorship • Irving Langmuir Award in Chemical Physics co-sponsored by PHYS • E. Bright Wilson Award in Spectroscopy sponsored by PHYS (2012) • ACS Award in Industrial Chemistry, co-sponsored by BMGT • Glenn T. Seaborg Award for Nuclear Chemistry sponsored by NUCL • Arthur W. Adamson Award for Distinguished Service in the Advancement of Surface Chemistry sponsored by COLL (2012) • ACS Award for Creative Advances in Environmental Science and Technology sponsored by ENVR (2011 – 2012) American Chemical Society 8

Benefits of Sponsorship • Highlighted several times in C&EN (July call for nominations, Aug. Benefits of Sponsorship • Highlighted several times in C&EN (July call for nominations, Aug. list of winners, prelim and final national meeting programs, full-page thank you, recipient(s) vignette) • Featured on recipients recognition award • Featured at the annual ACS Awards Banquet • Recognized on the ACS awards website and in all printed materials about the Awards Program (i. e. Awards program booklet; posters displayed at national meeting hotels and convention center, video presentation at banquet) • Press releases sent to award recipients’ local publications highlight sponsor American Chemical Society 9

Cost of Sponsorship $5, 000 Cash Award $ 500 Certificate $1, 240 Admin fee Cost of Sponsorship $5, 000 Cash Award $ 500 Certificate $1, 240 Admin fee (non-profit) Admin fee (corporate): $7, 076 Travel (capped at $2500) $6, 740 + travel American Chemical Society 10

Awards without Sponsors • Arthur W. Adamson Award for Distinguished Service in the Advancement Awards without Sponsors • Arthur W. Adamson Award for Distinguished Service in the Advancement of Surface Chemistry • ACS Award for Creative Advances in Environmental Science and Technology • E. Bright Wilson Award in Spectroscopy • Claude S. Hudson Award in Carbohydrate Chemistry • George C. Pimentel Award in Chemical Education (co-sponsor) • ACS Award in Industrial Chemistry (co-sponsor) American Chemical Society 11

ACS Awards Office 1155 Sixteenth Street, NW Washington, DC 20036 Tel: 202 -872 -4408 ACS Awards Office 1155 Sixteenth Street, NW Washington, DC 20036 Tel: 202 -872 -4408 Fax: 202 -776 -8008 E-mail: [email protected] org www. acs. org/awards American Chemical Society 12