Fellows Award

I&EC Division Fellow

A chemist or engineer is selected from an academic, industrial, or government laboratory based on innovative contributions to the areas in which they have published within applied chemistry and/or chemical engineering. Patents are given equal weight to papers in the open literature and nominations from industry are encouraged.

  • Plaque naming the awardee a Fellow of the I&EC Division
  • Registration to the Spring meeting at which the award will be presented
  • Complimentary one-year membership in the Division
  • $1000 travel award

The awardee will be announced on the Division’s website and the award presentation made at the Spring meeting at a symposium to be organized by someone chosen by the awardee.

The nominator is to submit a nominating letter detailing how the work of the nominee has advanced the fields of applied chemistry and chemical engineering. If the work fits into one of the subdivisions of the Division, the nominator should illustrate this. Also to be submitted is a CV and up to five relevant publications/patents. A letter seconding the nomination is required. Only the nominator must be a member of the Division at the time of nomination.

  1. 2007 Rich Noble, HS Muralidhara
  2. 2008 Ruben Carbonell, Bruno Notari
  3. 2009 Kenneth Klabunde, Madan Bhasin
  4. 2010 Allan Myerson, Jerome Stravinoha
  5. 2011 Guerino Sacripante, Arvind Varma
  6. 2012 Robin Rogers, Larry Tavlarides
  7. 2013 Douglas Gin, Larry Erickson
  8. 2014 Jerry King, Benny Freeman
  9. 2015 Ken Nash, Hank Foley
  10. 2016 Bala Subramanian, Mark Shiflett
  11. 2017 Klaus Jensen
  12. 2018 Yong Wang
  13. 2019 Nicholas Peppas, Peter Nickias
  14. 2020 Ronald Bruening & Krzysztof Krakowiak (joint), Andrew Zydney

Early Career Fellow

The criteria are the same as those for Division Fellow but the award is for an individual up to 40 years old (as of the current calendar year) and thus in the earlier stage of their career.

  • Plaque naming the awardee a Fellow of the I&EC Division
  • Registration to the Spring meeting at which the award will be presented
  • Complimentary one-year membership in the Division
  • $1000 travel award

The awardee will be announced on the Division’s website and the award presentation made at the Spring meeting at a symposium to be organized by someone chosen by the awardee.

The nominator is to submit a nominating letter detailing how the work of the nominee has advanced the fields of applied chemistry and chemical engineering. If the work fits into one of the subdivisions of the Division, the nominator should illustrate this. Also to be submitted is a CV and up to five relevant publications/patents. A letter seconding the nomination is required. Only the nominator must be a member of the Division at the time of nomination.

  1. 2017 Leigh Martin
  2. 2018 Beata Kilos
  3. 2019 Carter Abney
  4. 2020 Pedro Castano

Applied Chemical Technology Fellow

A chemist or engineer with an undergraduate degree as the terminal degree is selected from an academic, industrial, or government laboratory based on outstanding technical contributions.

  • Plaque naming the awardee a Fellow of the I&EC Division
  • Registration to the Spring meeting at which the award will be presented
  • Complimentary one-year membership in the Division
  • $1000 travel award

The awardee will be announced on the Division’s website and the award presentation made at the Spring meeting at a symposium to be organized by someone chosen by the awardee.

The nominator, who must be a member of the Division, is invited to submit a nominating letter detailing how the work of the nominee contributed to applied chemistry and/or chemical engineering. The nominee is to have an undergraduate degree as the terminal degree. The number of oral and written presentations as well as any outside articles or patents should be listed. If the work also fits into one of the other subdivisions of the Division, the nominator should illustrate this. Also to be submitted is a CV or resume and at least one seconding letter.

  1. 2012 Mark Vineyard
  2. 2013 Christopher Menzies
  3. 2014 Phil Dellinger
  4. 2015 Michael Seabolt
  5. 2017 Michelle Cummings
  6. 2018 Dave Mackowiak

International Fellow

The criteria are the same as those for Division Fellow but the award is for an individual working outside the United States.

  • Plaque naming the awardee an International Fellow of the I&EC Division
  • Registration to the Spring meeting at which the award will be presented
  • Complimentary one-year membership in the Division
  • Travel award of up to $2500 for economy airfare to the ACS meeting and up to 4 nights at a hotel so that he or she may attend the meeting

The awardee is asked to identify a colleague residing in the United States who can organize a symposium in his or her honor at the Spring meeting and at which the award presentation will be made.

A one-session symposium is planned but the Division will consider a greater number of sessions at the request of the organizer.

The nominator is to submit a nominating letter detailing how the work of the nominee has advanced the fields of applied chemistry and chemical engineering. If the work fits into one of the subdivisions of the Division, the nominator should illustrate this. Also to be submitted is a CV and up to five relevant publications/patents. A letter seconding the nomination is required. Only the nominator must be a member of the Division at the time of nomination.

  1. 2017 Kew-Ho Lee
  2. 2018 Shahida Bt M Shariff
  3. 2019 R. Tom Baker