NCACS

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American Chemical Society

NC Distinguished Speakers

 

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 February 15 a nomination letter, CV, and up to two letters of support to the Chair of the Nominations and Awards Committee, who is the Past Chair Dorian Canelas (dorian.canelas@duke.edu).

No.

Year

Speaker

Affiliation

36 2016 Dr. Antony J. Williams United States Environmental Protection Agency
35 2015 Dr. Marcey L. Waters University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
34 2014 Dr. Paul L. Feldman GlaxoSmithKline
33 2013 Dr. Orlin Velev North Carolina State University
32 2012 Dr.'s Dave and Jane Richardson Duke University
31 2011 Dr. Nicholas Oberlies University of North Carolina, Greensboro
30 2010 Dr. Jan Genzer North Carolina State University
29 2009 Dr. Alvin Crumbliss Duke University, Durham
28 2008 Dr. Michael Crimmins University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
27 2007 Dr. Alan E. Tonelli North Carolina State University
26 2006 Dr. John D. Simon Duke University
25 2005 Dr. Daniel L. Comins North Carolina State University

24

2004

Dr. Joseph M. DeSimone

The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
North Carolina State University

23

2003

Mansukh C. Wani

Research Triangle Institute

22

2002

Myung-Hwan Whangbo

North Carolina State University

21

2001

Aziz Sancar

The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

20

2000

R. K. M. Jayanty

Research Triangle Institute

19

1999

Louis D. Quin

Duke University

18

1997

Monroe Wall

Research Triangle Institute

17

1996

Roger E. Miller

The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

16

1994

James Jorgenson

The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

15

1993

F. Ivy Carroll

Research Triangle Institute

14

1992

Maurice S. Brookhart

The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

13

1991

Bertram O. Fraser-Reid

Duke University

12

1990

Richard V. Wolfenden

The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

11

1989

Royce W. Murray

The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

10

1988

Irwin Fridovich

Duke University

9

1987

Pedro Cuatrecasas

Burroughs Wellcome Company

7

1986

Mary Ellen Jones

The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

8

1986

George H. Hitchings

Burroughs Wellcome Company

5

1985

Vivian T. Stannett

North Carolina State University

6

1985

Gertrude Elion

Burroughs Wellcome Company

4

1984

Robert G. Parr

The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

3

1983

Edward M. Arnett

Duke University

2

1983

Ned A. Porter

Duke University

1

1982

Ernest L. Eliel

The University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill


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