Greater Houston Section

 

ACS-GHS Joe W. Hightower Award

(formerly the Section Award)

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2018 AWARDEE

Michael Wong, Rice University

Award Criteria

Purpose: To provide recognition for meritorious contributions to the welfare and distinction of the Section, as demonstrated by contributions to education, research, Sectional service and/or community service.

Nature: The award consists of an honorarium and an ACS major award plaque and usually is presented at the Fall Awards Banquet.

Establishment and supportThe award was established in 1969 by vote of the Section Executive Board and is supported by Section funds.  It was renamed the Joe W. Hightower in 2015, to honor the service to the Section of the late Professor Hightower.

Rules of EligibilityA nominee must be an ACS member who resides within the Section. Contributions recognized by the award must have been performed while the recipient was a resident of the Section area.

Required Nomination Components:

  • Primary nomination letter, not exceeding two pages;
  • Two seconding letters; and
  • A curriculum vitae or resume that includes a list of the nominee’s honors, professional activities, and additional evidence of service to the profession.  

Submit completed Nominations by September 15, 2019 to Lisa Houston at acs-ghs@acs-ghs.org.

 

Past Award Winners

2017 - Vassiliy Lubchenko, University of Houston

2016 - Jeffrey Rimer, University of Houston

2015 - Walter Waddell, ExxonMobil

2014 -George Hirasaki, Rice University

2013 - George Bennett, Rice University

2012 - R. Bruce Weisman, Rice University

2011 - James F. Stevens, Chevron, Retired

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