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.
2015 Call for Nominations
Nominations for 2015 ACS Fellows open February 1, 2015 and close April 1, 2015 (11:59 PDT).
ACS Fellows nominations must be submitted online:
**New for 2015**
A two-page (limit) pdf file of the nominee's resume or curriculum vitae must be uploaded in the online nomination system.
- 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
- Online Nomination System Browser Support/Compatibility
Recommended internet browser versions for the online nomination system
- Program Guidelines 2015 (.pdf)
Detailed information on the program—purpose, criteria, nominations, selection, and presentation
- Nomination Checklist 2015 (.pdf)
Information/documents needed for a complete nomination submission
- Online Nomination System Instructions 2015 (.pdf)
Instructions/screenshots to navigate the online nomination system
ACS Webinars Fellows Series
The ACS Fellows Program partners with ACS Webinars® to bring quarterly webinars featuring ACS Fellows.
Thursday, February 5 • 2–3pm EST
Join ACS Fellow Dr. Agnes M. Rimando from the USDA Agricultural Research Service to learn about the effects of pterostilbene on lipid synthesis, memory, and anxiety.