ADDITIONAL SAS AWARDS

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To nominate for an award, please send an email with any pertinent information (see award description for details) that would help our awards committees determine the nominees worthiness for the award to sasadmin@s-a-s.org


Honorary Membership Award

This award is established to recognize individuals for their exceptional contributions to the field of spectroscopy and is the highest award given by SAS. The Award consists of an engraved plaque and a lifetime membership in the Society. This membership shall include all the privileges and rights of a regular member. The award shall be presented at the Society for Applied Spectroscopy award ceremony held at the fall meeting. Regional, Technical and or Student Sections, individual members, the Awards Committee, or the Executive Committee may make nomination for the Honorary Membership Award. Nomination material should include a letter of recommendation with supporting documentation regarding the nominee’s contributions to the field of spectroscopy, a current CV, and short bio. Submission deadline December 1.

2019 awardees: John F. Jackovitz, Isiah Warner



DISTINGUISHED SERVICE Award

This award is established to recognize individual members for their long- time service to the Society. The Award consists of an engraved plaque and a lifetime membership in the Society. This membership shall include all the privileges and rights of a regular member. The award shall be presented at the Society for Applied Spectroscopy award ceremony held at the fall meeting. Nomination for the Distinguished Service Award may be made by Regional, Technical and or Student Sections, individual members, the Awards Committee, or the Executive Committee. Nomination material should include a letter of recommendation with supporting documentation regarding the nominee’s contributions to the Society for Applied Spectroscopy and spectroscopy, a current CV, and short bio. Submission deadline December 1.

2019 Awardees: Michael Blades, Deborah Peru



EMERITUS MEMBERSHIP AWARD

Recognizing members who have contributed to spectroscopy and have been members of the Society for Applied Spectroscopy for 15 years, and now have retired from active scientific endeavor. The Award consists of an engraved plaque and a lifetime membership in the Society. This membership shall include all the privileges and rights of a regular member. The award shall be presented at the Society for Applied Spectroscopy award ceremony held at the fall meeting. Nomination for the Emeritus Membership Award may be made by Regional, Technical and or Student Sections, individual members, the Awards Committee, or the Executive Committee. Nomination material should include a letter of recommendation with supporting documentation regarding the nominees contributions to the Society for Applied Spectroscopy and spectroscopy, a current CV, and short bio. Submission deadline December 1.

2019 Awardee: No Award Given



BARBarA STULL GRADUATE STUDENT AWARD

This award is given to a graduate student(s) in honor of longtime SAS employee Barbara Stull in recognition of outstanding research in the area of spectroscopy. Any full-time graduate student doing research in the field of spectroscopy shall be eligible for the award. The recipient shall be selected by the Awards Committee. The award shall consist of a plaque or scroll and an expense-paid trip to FACSS to accept the award. Nominations may come from any individual. Nomination material should include at least one letter of recommendation along with supporting documentation on research, a current CV, and short bio. Submission deadline March 1.

2019 Awardees: Santosh Paidi, Saumya Twari



Bruce R. Kowalski Award in Chemometrics

Presented in honor of the legacy of Professor Kowalski by recognizing outstanding young researchers in the field of chemometrics and by extension, for advanced mathematical and/or statistical methods in chemistry. Click for more details.

2019 Awardee: No Award Given



William J. Poehlman Award

This award is granted to the Regional Section of the Society, which has contributed the most towards accomplishing the goals and ideals of the Society during the preceding year. It consists of a certificate and a monetary award of $750.00. Regional Sections must provide a nomination packet that includes information on local section activities and a letter outlining why the feel they are deserving of the award. The recipient shall be selected by the Regional and Technical Section Affairs Committee. Submission deadline March 1.

2019 Awardee: SAS New York-New Jersey Regional Section


FELLOWS

This award is established to recognize individual members for their outstanding achievements in and contributions to the science, the profession, and the Society for Applied Spectroscopy. The award consists of a plaque and recognition at the SAS annual meeting. Up to 12 Fellows per year may be selected. Nomination for the award of Fellow must be made by current SAS Fellows, the Executive Committee, the Governing Board, or the Fellows Committee. The Fellows committee shall review all nominations and shall forward the award slate to the SAS Executive Committee for final approval. Fellows must continue to be members in good standing of the Society in order to maintain Fellow status. All Honorary Members of the Society shall be granted Fellowship automatically. Submission deadline December 1st.

2019 Awardees: Young Mee Jung, David McCurdy, Boris Mizaikoff, Diane Parry, Shiv Sharma


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