WIT Smith and Hook Distinguished Service Award
Opens Aug 14 2023 12:00 AM (EDT)
Deadline Dec 1 2023 11:59 PM (EST)
Description

Description:

Dr. Jacqueline Smith and the late Dr. Jerry Hook, have been long-time supporters of SOT and of WIT's mission. Their generous contribution helped to establish the Celebrating Women in Toxicology Endowment Fund and sustain a tradition of supporting awards for undergraduate/graduate students and postdoctoral scholars. In recognition of their generous legacy of supporting women in toxicology, WIT established the Smith and Hook Distinguished Service Award, which is supported by WIT operating funds.

This award honors an individual for their long-term dedication to promote career development opportunities and recognition of the accomplishments of women toxicologists, and for their service and longstanding support to the SOT and/or WIT Special Interest Group (e.g., officer, committee member, volunteer, etc.).

NOTE: Peer and self-nominations are both welcomed.

Applicant SOT Membership Requirements

  • This award requires for the applicant to be an active member of the Society of Toxicology (Full or Emeritus) and Women in Toxicology Special Interest Group

Required application components

  • Applications should detail the nominee's significant contributions to Women in Toxicology (service to SOT and/or WIT, promoting WIT's missions, supporting WIT's activities, etc.). These criteria, with others listed below, are used in the award selection process.
  •  Summary of the candidate's contributions, and the impact on promoting the missions of WIT
  • At least two, but no more than three, letters of recommendation describing the nominees' significant contributions to women in the field of toxicology and service to SOT/WIT
  • Curriculum vitae that includes specific descriptions of the applicant's scientific achievements, leadership, and service
  •  Headshot/photograph image of sufficient quality for poster and presentation materials (does not factor into selection of the awardee, this is to have the info on hand to develop WIT annual meeting materials in a timely manner)

The awardee will receive a plaque and monetary award.

Applications that did not receive an award will remain on file and be considered for one (1) year.

Questions? Email sot.wit.awards@gmail.com

WIT Smith and Hook Distinguished Service Award


Description:

Dr. Jacqueline Smith and the late Dr. Jerry Hook, have been long-time supporters of SOT and of WIT's mission. Their generous contribution helped to establish the Celebrating Women in Toxicology Endowment Fund and sustain a tradition of supporting awards for undergraduate/graduate students and postdoctoral scholars. In recognition of their generous legacy of supporting women in toxicology, WIT established the Smith and Hook Distinguished Service Award, which is supported by WIT operating funds.

This award honors an individual for their long-term dedication to promote career development opportunities and recognition of the accomplishments of women toxicologists, and for their service and longstanding support to the SOT and/or WIT Special Interest Group (e.g., officer, committee member, volunteer, etc.).

NOTE: Peer and self-nominations are both welcomed.

Applicant SOT Membership Requirements

  • This award requires for the applicant to be an active member of the Society of Toxicology (Full or Emeritus) and Women in Toxicology Special Interest Group

Required application components

  • Applications should detail the nominee's significant contributions to Women in Toxicology (service to SOT and/or WIT, promoting WIT's missions, supporting WIT's activities, etc.). These criteria, with others listed below, are used in the award selection process.
  •  Summary of the candidate's contributions, and the impact on promoting the missions of WIT
  • At least two, but no more than three, letters of recommendation describing the nominees' significant contributions to women in the field of toxicology and service to SOT/WIT
  • Curriculum vitae that includes specific descriptions of the applicant's scientific achievements, leadership, and service
  •  Headshot/photograph image of sufficient quality for poster and presentation materials (does not factor into selection of the awardee, this is to have the info on hand to develop WIT annual meeting materials in a timely manner)

The awardee will receive a plaque and monetary award.

Applications that did not receive an award will remain on file and be considered for one (1) year.

Questions? Email sot.wit.awards@gmail.com

Opens
Aug 14 2023 12:00 AM (EDT)
Deadline
Dec 1 2023 11:59 PM (EST)

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