The AAAS Award for Science Diplomacy recognizes an individual or a limited number of individuals working together in the scientific and engineering or foreign affairs communities making an outstanding contribution to furthering science diplomacy. The Award is presented each year at the AAAS Annual Meeting.
Winners of the AAAS Science Diplomacy Award receive:
- Monetary prize of $5,000
- Commemorative plaque
- Complimentary registration for the AAAS Annual Meeting
- Reimbursement for reasonable travel and hotel expenses to attend the AAAS Annual Meeting
- Chance to publish in Science & Diplomacy about his or her achievements.
Required documentation includes:
- Nominator's name and contact information (including email, address, and phone number)
- Nominee's name and title, institutional affiliation, and contact information (email, address, and phone number)
- A summary of the accomplishment(s) that form the basis for the nomination (about 250 words)
- A longer statement (not to exceed three pages) providing additional details of the accomplishment(s) for which the individual/group is nominated
- A CV (three-page maximum) for the nominee
- One letter of support (for self-nominations we request two letters, which should be emailed separately by the letter writer)
- Optional: Documentation (books, articles, or other materials) that illuminates the significance of the nominee's achievement may also be submitted.
Past recipients have contributed in many different ways to the advancement of science diplomacy.
The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) is committed to equal opportunity for all persons, without regard to race, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or other protected categories. AAAS seeks as diverse a pool of award nominations as possible from a wide range of disciplines, institutional types, and geographical locations. Nominations that will result in a candidate pool having an equitable representation of women, underrepresented minorities, and persons with disabilities are especially encouraged.
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