Chemical Society of Washington

Community Service Award

Community Service Award

Members of the Chemical Society of Washington and non-members are invited to nominate candidates for this award.  This award is given each year in recognition of outstanding service by a CSW member to the public.  Written nominations should describe the reason that the candidate is deserving of the honor.  The award, a certificate, is presented at the December CSW meeting.   

Community Service Award  Previous Award Winners


Year Community Service Award Winner(s)
No award
No award
2011 No award
2010 Kim Morehouse and James Zwolenik
2009 Zory Glaser
2008 Elizabeth Weisburger and Robert Maybury
2007 No award
2006 No award
2005 Marianne K. Bernett
2004 David Richman
2003 David L. Venezky
2002 James E. Cassidy
2001 Anne Leslie
2000 Michael Wagner (G.W.U.)
1999 Denis Bogan (Goddard)
1998 Jack Gould
1997 Stephen T. Quigley
1995 N. Bhushan Mandava
1992 Susan Thornton
1990 Mary H. Aldridge
1989 George W. Mushrush
1988 Stanley Nesheim
1985 Tom Alexander
1984 Paul Terry
1983 Norma Whetzel
1982 Carlyle B. Storm
1981 Robert F. Cozzens
1980 Elaine G. Shafrin
1973 Jesse J. Warr, Jr.
1972 Leo Schubert
1967 Benjamin H Alexander and Roberta M. Ma


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