The Jacob F. Schoellkopf Medal is the oldest award of the American Chemical Society given by a Local Section. The purpose of the award is to recognize a person who has fostered the objectives or activities of the American Chemical Society.
The medalist’s contribution might be a discovery pertaining to chemistry, or an invention of a plan, process, or device, useful, valuable, or significant in the theory or practice of chemistry, or distinguished service to the Western New York Section. The nominee’s work must have been performed in Western New York.
Please consider nominating one of your colleagues for this prestigious award. Questions may be directed to the Schoellkopf Committee Chair, Dr. Andrew Murkin: firstname.lastname@example.org (716) 645-4249.
Nominations should include a nomination letter outlining the candidate’s contributions and a CV (if possible). Other letters supporting the candidate’s nomination are strongly encouraged. All materials should be submitted electronically as PDF format attachments to email.