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This award recognizes individuals in government, intergovernmental organizations, industry, and academia who have exercised personal leadership for outstanding contributions to international harmonization for the regulation of crop protection chemistry. The award is administered by the IUPAC Advisory Committee on Crop Protection Chemistry, and is presented on a biennial basis during even-numbered years in conjunction with an IUPAC-sponsored conference or special symposium. Awardees receive a USD 3000 honorarium plus travel and per diem reimbursement to attend the award presentation ceremony. Corporate sponsorship for the award has been arranged with Dow AgroSciences.
Nominations for the 2014 award are due 1 December 2013, and should be sent to Dr. John Unsworth <email@example.com>, chair of the IUPAC Advisory Committee on Crop Protection Chemistry. Nominations must consist of the following:
- A nomination letter including the nominee’s birthplace, date of birth, citizenship, business address, and a description (200–1000 words) of the reasons why the nominee should receive this award, stressing the individual’s major accomplishments toward international harmonization for the regulation of crop protection chemistry.
- A curriculum vitae of the candidate that includes places and names of employment, professional affiliations, committee and working group assignments, and listing of relevant regulatory guidance documents, reports, and/or publications.
- One or more letters of support.
2012—Lois A. Rossi, Office of Pesticide Programs, Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C., USA www.iupac.org/publications/ci/2012/3404/iw3_rossi.html
2010—Denis J. Hamilton, Animal and Plant Service, Queensland Department of Primary Industries, Brisbane, Australia
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