| AVS Excellence in Leadership
AVS Excellence in Leadership
The AVS seeks to recognize individuals who not only excel in science and/or engineering, but who also, through mentoring, have enhanced the careers of future generations who might not otherwise have considered or had access to opportunities in science, engineering, and technology. Their leadership in the effort to develop fully the world’s human resources is critical to the best scientific and engineering progress.
Recipients of this honor will have their profile displayed on the AVS website, featured in the AVS newsletter and will receive a certificate of recognition. It is anticipated that such recognitions will be made periodically throughout the year.
Eligibility & Nominations
Nominations from AVS members, including self-nominations, for this honour are welcome and should include the following items on one page: (1) Nominator’s Name, Affiliation, E-mail, (2) Nominee’s Name, Affiliation, E-mail, website/s, (3) a high-resolution photograph of the nominee in a science/engineering setting, (4) a short paragraph describing the nominee’s scientific/engineering accomplishments in an area relevant to the AVS, (5) an additional paragraph describing their outstanding mentoring and effective guidance to a significant number of persons who might not otherwise have considered or had access to opportunities in science, engineering and technology (including persons with disabilities, women and minorities) and who are students at the K-12, undergraduate, or graduate education level, or early career scientists or engineers who have recently completed their degrees (this includes post-doctoral fellows, assistant professors and individuals in the private sector) and (6) a short biography of the nominee. The nominee does not need to be an AVS member.
Nomination packages should be sent to email@example.com
. Nominations will be accepted on a rolling basis and will be considered for up to one year from the date of receipt. In most cases, only acknowledgement of the receipt of nominations will be made. Additional information or supporting material and letters for the top candidates may be requested.
Nominations will be accepted four times a year. The deadlines are January 1st, March 1st, June 1st and September 1st of each year.