This discussion has been automatically generated for the 13th Annual ChemLuminary Awards Celebration.
This is very helpful and informative! Is it possible to create these back to the beginning of the ChemLuminary Awards for a complete history?
Deanna Morrow Hall
2012 Past-Chair, Georgia Section
I second Deanna's request!
Councilor, Northeastern Section
I also would like the complete history. I just sent an email to the suggested address (email@example.com) to request the names and descriptions for the year 2001. The email was returned with
Sorry, we were unable to deliver your message to the following address.
Remote host said: 554 Denied eaaa7a05.0.868014.00-1787.1242565.p02c12m082.mxlogic.net (Mode: normal)
Guess I'll need to call ACS for results.
Is there actually a list of the Chemluminary awards and a description of what they are for (rather than a list of who won them and what they did)?
I think that info is on the local section annual report form (there's at least a list of local section ChemLuminaries, adn I think it has descriptions). I'd assume the Divisional ones are on the division annual report form. I've never seen a list on the web.
I did not know that you created ChemLuminary Award by Les McQuire
<https://communities.acs.org/people/mcquile1> in Your Society - View the
full <https://communities.acs.org/message/12829#12829> discussion You have
done a great job. Congratulations!!!
To be honorst with you, I like the Network system, but, just don't like to
use it myself.
I'm not aware of such a list. I do have a smattering of ChemLuminary descriptions for the awards that I've been involved with (either as a committee member or a local section), but I don't have a comprehensive list. As Lisa noted, the FORMS system for annual report subscription does have this information when you get to the point of submitting an event or program for a ChemLuminary, but that's a rather cumbersome way to address your question.
If someone has a list of the ChemLuminary Awards and their descriptions (Word document or pdf or the like), that would be great.
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