The South Carolina section is pleased to offer a number of awards. Please notice the deadline dates which differ by award. Nominations not selected are are kept in the pool for consideration for three subsequent years. Updates may be made at any time.
The South Carolina Section offers the following awards
Nomination Deadline: January 31.
The recipient must be a member of the South Carolina Section.
Send nomination letter and supporting documents to W.H. Breazeale, Jr. via email or via US Mail to 715 High Battery Circle, Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
YEAR AWARDEE AFFILIATION
1965 James E. Copenhaver Sonoco Products
1966 H. Williard Davis University of South Carolina
1967 Samuel A. Wideman Industry
1971 Joseph W. Bouknight University of South Carolina
1973 William M. McCord Industry
1979 William R. Cook Sonoco Products Company
1980 John Miglarese Industry
1981 Elmer L. Amma University of South Carolina
1986 Wayne Fish Medical University of South Carolina
1988 John Dawson University of South Carolina
1989 James E. Hardwicke, Jr. Hardwicke Chemical Company
2000 Charles Beam College of Charleston
2001 Richard Adams University of South Carolina
2002 Daniel R. Knapp Medical University of South Carolina
2004 Suzanne Thorpe & John Baynes University of South Carolina
2005 Gamil Guirgis Beyer Chemical Corp./USC//College of Charleston
2006 Roy E. Wuthier University of South Carolina
2007 Robert & Ruta Bly University of South Carolina
2008 Daniel L. Reger University of South Carolina
2009 Lukasz Lebioda University of South Carolina
2010 Hans Conrad zur-Loye University of South Carolina
2011 Stephen L. Morgan University of South Carolina
2012 S. Michael Angel University of South Carolina
2013 Pamela Riggs-Gelasco College of Charleston
2014 Mark A. Berg University of South Carolina
2015 Ken Shimizu University of South Carolina
2016 Qian Wang University of South Carolina
2017 Donna Chen University of South Carolina
2018 Michael Myrick University of Souh Carolina
The recipient must teach chemistry in a high school within the geographic boundaries of the South Carolina Section.
The late Dan Antion was a strong advocate of pre-college chemical education in South Carolina.
YEAR AWARDEE HIGH SCHOOL
1961 A. Mason Turner Orangeburg-Wilkinson (Inaugural award)
1962 Mary Wells Purdy Edmunds
1963 Marvin Humbert O’Neal Camden
1964 Charles Calhoun Bolger Charleston
1965 Thomas W. Stokes A. C. Flora
1966 Lois McKay Watson Latta
1967 George Warren Chavous Allendale-Fairfax
1968 Joel Wyman Frampton Porter-Gaud
1969 Edith Barnwell Tobin McClenaghan
1970 James Michael Graves Burke
1971 Mary Jane Purvis Columbia
1972 Charles Calhoun Bolger Charleston
1975 Mary Elizabeth Bass Crum Denmark-Olar
1976 Kathryn J. Farnell Spring Valley
1977 Johanna O. Killoy Dreher
1978 Caroline Helen Bowers Spring Valley
1981 Anne E. Neely Lamar and Spaulding
1982 Linda G. Connor Brookland-Cayce
1983 Gregory J. Galenian Summerville
1984 Kay Bass Black Richland Northeast
1986 Robbie A. Tweito Irmo
1989 Martha Fout Socastee
1990 Clarice Wenz Goose Creek
1992 Regis Goode Ridge View
1998 Sondra F. Wieland Heathwood Hall Episcopal
2002 Michael H. McClure Richland Northeast
2003 Lisa Gantt Lexington
2005 Kay Bass Black Spring Valley ***
2009 Sarah J. Hudson Summerville
2013 Kathy Dunne Hammond
2014 Elaine Smith Marion
Nomination Deadline: January 31
Ray McAfee served as section chair in 2005, 200 7, 2009, and 2011 before his untimely death in 2011.
Send nomination letter and supporting materials to Neal Tonks via email .
YEAR AWARDEE AFFILIATION
1979 Daniel J. Antion University of South Carolina (Inaugural Award)
1981 Oscar D. Bonner University of South Carolina
1984 J. Bayne Doughty Industry
1989 Stephen D. Hudson Charleston Southern University
1992 William H. Breazeale, Jr. Francis Marion University
1996 Sondra F. Wieland Heathwood Hall Episcopal School2002 Daniel J. Antion Retired, University of South Carolina
2004 Frederick J. Heldrich, III College of Charleston
2005 James P. Deavor College of Charleston
2008 Ray McAfee Industry
2009 Scott Goode University of South Carolina
E. RAY McAFEE DISTINGUISHED SERVICE TO THE SECTION AWARD
In 2011 the award was renamed in memory of E. Ray MacAfee.
2012 Angela Peters Claflin Univeristy
2014 Sondra Wieland Retired, Heathwood Hall Episcopal School
2017 Jennifer Kelley Francis Marion University
2018 Neal Tonks College of Charleston
Nomination Deadline: November 30
Send nomination letter and any supporting documents to James P. Deavor via email or US Mail to the School of Sciences & Mathematics, College of Charleston, Charleston, SC 29424.
Nomination Deadline: March 15
Each 4-year college or university within the geographic boundaries of the South Carolina Section is allowed to nominate one chemistry or biochemistry graduate during the current academic year to be recognized by the section. Each institution may nominate only one student who has a minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA is free to devise their own selection mechanism. Please send the appropriate nomination form to Brooke van Horn via email or US Mail to School of Sciences & Mathematics, College of Charleston, Charleston, SC 29424.
The 50 and 60 year service awards are presented by the Section on behalf of the AmericanChemical Society.
Nomination Deadline: January 31
This award celebrates successful innovations of industrial chemists and chemical engineers that contribute to the health of their local and regional economy and the corporate leadership for its advancement of a healthy economy. Awards are given to individuals and teams whose creative innovations have contributed to the commercial success of their company and, consequently, to the good of the community and society.
Send nomination letter and supporting documents to James P. Deavor via email or US Mail to the School of Sciences & Mathematics, College of Charleston, Charleston, SC 29424.