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The SETAC Fellows Award was created in 2010 to recognize members demonstrating BOTH (i) significant long-term scientific or science policy contributions and (ii) service and leadership within SETAC. The identification and appointment of Fellow status is intended to provide additional recognition of excellence and contributions of SETAC members to ecotoxicology, environmental chemistry, risk assessment and life cycle assessment. The hallmark of a SETAC Fellow is leadership within the professional and scientific arenas as well as SETAC.

While there is no upper limit to the number of Fellows, no more than 1–2% of the membership hold this prestigious recognition.

The group of SETAC Fellows constitutes a body that has demonstrated achievement in science or science policy AND possesses institutional knowledge of the society. As such, they will serve as a sounding board for the SETAC World Council and may be asked to help lead select efforts.

Eligibility

Candidates must be current regular members of SETAC in good standing for at least five years prior to the year in which they are considered for eligibility. In the case of new affiliates or chapters that have become part of SETAC, eligibility includes membership in these affiliates or chapters.

Who May Nominate a Fellow?

Nominations submitted in support of candidates for Fellow are welcomed; however, the nominator must not be the candidate or from the home institution of the candidate or the past academic advisor of the candidate.  To avoid duplication of effort, please contact the chairperson of the SETAC Fellow Selection Committee prior to preparing a nomination package.

Nomination Package

Nomination packages must include the following items:

  1. A nomination letter outlining the eligibility of the nominee. The letter should contain the following supporting information:
    • A listing of committee memberships and leadership roles at the regional or geographic unit (GU) level of SETAC
    • Details of workshop participation in science and science policy (SETAC and others)
    • An overview of presentations at SETAC regional or GU meetings (an average of one presentation as author or co-author per year for the last five years would normally be expected)
    • A list of 5 or more of the nominee’s most important publications in peer-reviewed journals, publicly available government policy documents, or reports of international organizations on which the candidate was primary author or a major contributor.
    • A description in short paragraphs of 5 or more major lifetime contributions of the nominee to science and/or policy issues relevant to SETAC.
  2. A curriculum vitae for the nominee
  3. TWO additional support letters, only one of which should be from the home institution of the nominee. The letters should provide an explanation of why the candidate should be considered for the SETAC Fellows Award.
  4. One high-resolution photo of the nominee (minimum of 600 x 600 pixels)

The individual making the nomination is encouraged to communicate with the nominee in compiling the aforementioned supporting information.  This is particularly important in describing the nominee’s 5 major lifetime contributions to science and/or policy issues relevant to SETAC which may not be evident from reading the nominee’s curriculum vitae.

Submission of the Nomination Package

Nominations must be submitted by email to the SETAC Office at setac@setac.org. Awardees will be recognized at annual meetings of their associated GU. Evaluations will be undertaken twice per year. The first closing date, in advance of the SETAC Europe annual meeting, is 17 March 2017, and the second deadline, in advance of the SETAC North America annual meeting, is August 2017.

Nominators should ensure that all documentation is submitted together, either in a zipped file or in a single PDF file. The name and initials (i.e. Doe-J-Nomination-SETAC-Fellow) of the nominee should be included in the filename and in the header line of the email.

Selection Process

Members of the Selection Committee use a standardized scoring process to independently evaluate nominations. The Selection Committee will then vote on the outcome to determine the recipients. The successful nominations will be forwarded to the SWC for final review. SETAC Fellows will be announced at the end of September each year. Fellows will receive a certificate and pin by mail and will be acknowledged at the annual meeting of their respective GU.

SETAC Fellows

2016

Harold Bergman
Theo C.M. Brock
Allen Burton
Miriam Diamond 
Jeffrey Giddings
Christopher W. Hickey
Larry Kapustka
Steve Klaine
Wayne Landis
Lorraine Maltby
Paolo Masoni
Peter Matthiessen
Mike McLaughlin
Jennifer Lee Stauber
Jane Staveley
William Stubblefield
Paul van den Brink
Joke Van Wensem

2015

Graeme Batley
Peter Campbell
Phil Dorn
John Elliott
William Goodfellow
Patrick Guiney
Jim Oris
Ralph Stahl
Charles Tyler
Barbara Walton

2014

Gerald T. Ankley
John Cairns, Jr.
Dominic Di Toro
John Giesy
Donald Mackay
Donald I. Mount
Derek Muir
John B. Sprague
Glenn Suter
Deborah Swackhamer
C. Herb Ward

2014

William J. Adams
Peter Chapman
Steven Eisenreich
Anne Fairbrother
Ronald Hites
Peter Landrum
Samuel Luoma
Michael McLachlan
Keith Solomon
John Sumpter
Shinsuke Tanabe
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