Call for Nominations for OL, JOC and OM Publication of the Year Awards

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Nominations are now open for the ACS Publication Awards (Organic Letters, The Journal of Organic Chemistry and Organometallics) for manuscripts published in 2018 (2017 & 2018 for OM). The deadline for nominations is January 15, 2019. Below, you can find details on eligibility and directions for submission of nominations.

Organic Letters:

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Nominations are now open for the annual Organic Letters Outstanding Publication of the Year Award Lectureship, sponsored by Organic Letters and the ACS Division of Organic Chemistry. This award recognizes the author of an exceptional article published in Organic Letters in 2018 that broadly demonstrates creativity and impact in the field of organic chemistry. The award includes a plaque, $3,000 honorarium, and expenses for the recipient to attend the ACS National Meeting in San Diego for a symposium in their honor.

Past Winners include Tehshik P. Yoon of the University of Wisconsin, Madison (2018), Xile Hu of École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (2017), and Bruce H. Lipshutz of the University of California, Santa Barbara (2016).

Eligibility: One author will be awarded for an outstanding letter published in Organic Letters in 2018-either in an issue or ASAP. Self-nominations or nominations of work authored by Organic Letters Editors will not be accepted. Coauthors are eligible to submit nominations.

Please visit the 2019 Organic Letters Lectureship webpage to make your nomination. The nomination deadline is January 15, 2019

The Journal of Organic Chemistry:

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Nominations are now open for The Journal of Organic Chemistry annual Outstanding Publication of the Year Award Lectureship, sponsored by JOC and the ACS Division of Organic Chemistry. This award recognizes the author of an exceptional article published in The Journal of Organic Chemistry in 2018 that broadly demonstrates creativity and impact in the field of organic chemistry. The award includes a plaque, $3,000 honorarium, and expenses for the recipient to attend the ACS National Meeting in San Diego for a symposium in their honor.

Past Winners include Masayuki Inoue of the University of Tokyo (2018), Melodie Christensen of Merck (2017), and Jeffrey S. Johnson of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (2016).

Eligibility: One author will be awarded for an outstanding article published in The Journal of Organic Chemistry in 2018-either in an issue or ASAP. Self-nominations or nominations of work authored by JOC Editors will not be accepted. Coauthors are eligible to submit nominations.

Please visit the 2019 JOC Lectureship webpage to make your nomination. The nomination deadline is January 15, 2019.

Organometallics:

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Nominations are now open for the annual Organometallics Distinguished Author Award, sponsored by Organometallics, the ACS Division of Organic Chemistry, and the ACS Division of Inorganic Chemistry. This award recognizes the author of exceptional articles published in Organometallics in 2017 and 2018 that emphasize the importance of organometallic chemistry and have a profound impact on organic and inorganic chemistry as a whole. The award includes a plaque, $3,000 honorarium, and expenses for the recipient to attend the ACS National Meeting in San Diego for a symposium in their honor.

Past winners include Tianning Diao of New York University (2018), Alexander J.M. Miller of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (2017), and Valentine Ananikov of the Russian Academy of Sciences’ Zelinsky Institute (2016).

Eligibility: Preference will be given to faculty and other investigators who are in the early phases of their independent careers. Self-nominations or nominations of work authored by Organometallics Editors will not be accepted.

Please visit the 2019 Organometallics Lectureship webpage to make your nomination. The nomination deadline is January 15, 2019.