Issue Date: July 4, 2011
Nominations Sought For Rubber Division Awards
The ACS Rubber Division is accepting nominations for six awards for 2012: The Charles Goodyear Medal, sponsored by the Rubber Division; the Sparks-Thomas Award, sponsored by ExxonMobil Chemical; the Melvin Mooney Distinguished Technology Award, sponsored by Lion Copolymer; the George Stafford Whitby Award for Distinguished Teaching & Research, sponsored by Cabot; the Fernley H. Banbury Award, sponsored by Farrel Corp.; and the Chemistry of Thermoplastic Elastomers Award, sponsored by the Ralph S. Graff Foundation.
These awards recognize specific distinguished achievements of rubber scientists, engineers, chemists, and technologists worldwide. The awards include a variety of honors such as engraved plaques, honoraria, and recognition at a banquet held in honor of the recipients. Presentations to the award winners will be made by the sponsors during the Rubber Division’s spring 181st Technical Meeting, to be held in San Antonio on April 22–25, 2012.
Detailed information on each award, including specific requirements for nominations, can be found on the Rubber Division’s website, rubber.org. The deadline for nominations is July 15.
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