in 1999 to honor Environmental Toxicology
and Chemistry founding Editor-in-Chief C.H. (Herb) Ward for his important
contributions to the founding and development of SETAC, this award recognizes
any past or present SETAC member who has performed long-term, exceptionally
high-quality service to the Society.
- William E. Bishop, 2014
- George Cobb, 2013
- Michael McLaughlin, 2012
- William Goodfellow, 2011
- Ellen Mihaich, 2010
- Philip Howard, 2009
- Watze de Wolf, 2008
- Fred Heimbach, 2007
- Graeme Batley, 2006
- Lorraine Maltby, 2005
- Paul M. Merhle, 2004
- Joseph Gorsuch, 2003
- Teresa Norberg-King, 2002
- Kenneth Dickson, 2001
- Charles Pittinger, 2000
candidate must be a member of the Society, and nominations may be made by the
candidate or by a past or present SETAC member. The nomination must be
accompanied by documentation of service made to the Society.
application package containing the following materials must be submitted
electronically to the SETAC Office, Pensacola, Florida, USA (firstname.lastname@example.org). The application package
must contain all of the material requested in order to be considered for the
- Letter of nomination.
- A curriculum vitae (5 pages maximum).
- Documentation of service to the Society.
- Three letters of recommendation. Letter should provide
explanation for eligibility and details of how candidate excels among
colleagues with regard to duration and extent of service to SETAC.
- One high-resolution photo.
SETAC Global Awards Committee will evaluate nominations independently by using
a standardized score sheet. Announcement of the awardee will be made at the
SETAC North America 36th Annual Meeting in Salt Lake City, Utah, 1–5 November 2015.
applications must be submitted electronically to email@example.com. Applications submitted by
MAIL or FAX will NOT be accepted. Completed application must arrive by 30 April 2015.