ACS Fellows Program
The American Chemical Society (ACS) Fellows Program was created by the ACS Board of Directors in December 2008 to recognize members of ACS for outstanding achievements in and contributions to science, the profession, and the Society. Read more about the program purpose.
ACS Fellows Webinar Series
Science, Skepticism, and Knowledge: Three Tools for the Practicing Chemist
Thursday, May 7, 2–3pm ET
Any good chemist (or any other scientist, for that matter) needs three things: a good definition of what science is (and what science isn’t), a well-developed sense of skepticism, and an awareness of the boundary between the known and the unknown. Join Dr. David Ball as he provides a fresh perspective on these three tools that are necessary parts of any scientist’s arsenal. Register at the link above.
2015 ACS Fellows
Nominations for 2015 ACS Fellows closed April 1. Thank you to all who participated in the nomination process this year. 2015 ACS Fellows will be announced in C&EN in July.
- Eligibility and Selection Criteria
Nominator/nominee eligibility requirements and selection criteria for Fellow designation
- Nomination Types
Requirements for each of the four nomination types
Nomination form components, field formats, and entry examples
- Program Guidelines 2015 (.pdf)
Detailed information on the program—purpose, criteria, nominations, selection, and presentation
ACS Webinars Fellows Series
The ACS Fellows Program partners with ACS Webinars® to bring quarterly webinars featuring ACS Fellows.