ACS Northwest Region. This award was instituted in 2006 by ACS Past President E. Ann Nalley as part of her presidential initiative to recognize ACS volunteerism.
To recognize the volunteer efforts of individuals who have served the American Chemical Society, contributing significantly to the goals and objectives of the Society through their regional activities.
The award will be presented at the 2018 ACS Regional Meeting (NORM 2018), which will be held June 24-27, 2018 at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) in Richland, Washington. The ACS Northwest Region Award consists of an ACS plaque with medallion, registration to NORM 2018, and reasonable travel expenses to the meeting.
A nominee must be a member of the American Chemical Society residing in a local section within the region, and will have made significant contributions to their region of the American Chemical Society. The volunteerism to be recognized may include a variety of activities, including but not limited to the initiation or sponsorship of a singular endeavor or exemplary leadership in the region. Past and present members of the ACS Board of Directors and staff are ineligible for this award. The NORM 2018 Awards committee will select the recipient.
The nomination deadline is April 15, 2018.
Please use this nomination form (Word doc) and follow the instructions to submit a complete package.
2016—James O. Currie, Jr., Portland
2015—Richard Nafshun, Oregon State University, Oregon
2014—Janet L. Bryant, PNNL, Richland
2013—Martha G.K. Dibblee, Portland
2012—Henry Charlier, Jr., Snake River
2011—Thomas G. Dunne, Portland
2010—Richard Hermens, Eastern Oregon University (retired), Richland
2009—David Munch, Seattle Central Community College, Seattle
2008—Timothy Hubler, PNNL, Richland
2007—Nicholas Natale, Montana
2006—Jane Crosby, Inland Northwest
Dr. Elizabeth Ann Nalley received a PhD from Texas Woman’s University in 1975 and has spent her career on the chemistry faculty of Cameron University in Oklahoma. She served as President of the American Chemical Society in 2006.