The NC-ACS Distinguished Lecturer Award is given annually to an individual within the NC-ACS section who has made significant and recognized research contributions to the chemical sciences. The Distinguished Lecturer serves as the keynote speaker at the annual NC-ACS Local Section Conference each fall, and is also given a monetary award and plaque.
Eligibility The Distinguished Lecturer must live and/or work within the region represented by NC-ACS. Membership in the American Chemical Society is not required; however, the individual must have made significant and recognized research contributions to the chemical sciences.
To nominate someone for this year's award, please submit by July 11, 2021, a nomination letter, CV, and up to two letters of support to the Chair of the Nominations and Awards Committee, most recent Past Chair, who, for 2021, is Caroline Sloan.