Awardees

31st Phlippine Chemistry Congress
Iloilo Grand Hotel, Iloilo City
April 13-15, 2015

Dr. Rochelle T. Papasin Chemistry Education (Secondary Level)
Dr. Myrna S. Rodriguez Chemistry Education (Tertiary Level)
Dr. Relicardo M. Coloso Chemical Research
Ms. Ludivinia B. Avendaño Chemical Industry
Reps. Florencio Gabriel G. Noel and
Victoria Isabel G. Noel
Service to the Chemistry Profession

30th Phlippine Chemistry Congress
Ateneo de Davao University, Davao City
April 15-17, 2015

Ronaldo C. Reyes, Tabaco National High School Chemistry Education (Secondary Level)
Fortunato B. Sevilla III, Ph.D., University of Santo Tomas Chemistry Education (Tertiary Level)
William Padolina, Ph.D. Chemical Research
Ms. Maura M. Pasciolco, Pasciolco Agri-Ventures Chemical Industry

29th Phlippine Chemistry Congress
Villa Caceres Hotel, Naga City, Camarines Sur
April 9-11, 2014

Dr. Merle C. Tan Chemistry Education
Dr. Erwin P. Enriquez Chemical Research
Philippine Alliance of Laboratory Equipment Users (PALEU) Chemical Industry

28th Phlippine Chemistry Congress
Silliman University, Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental
April 10-12, 2013

Dr. Marlene B. Ferido Chemistry Education
Dr. Gisela P. Concepcion Chemistry Research
Dr. Alumanda M. Dela Rosa Service to the Chemistry Profession
Dr. Elma C. Llaguno Lifetime Achievement Award

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Guidelines for Nomination

  1. The following are excluded from the nominations: members of the PFCS board, members of the PFCS Awards Committee and the members of the National Organizing Committee and the Steering Committee for the 28th Philippine Chemistry Congress (PCC).
  2. The nomination will be evaluated by the PFCS Awards Committee which may consult experts as needed. 
  3. Submit three (3) copies of all documents including recent passport size picture of the nominee.
    • Comprehensive Resume
    • List of Publications
    • List of Awards, Dates of Awards and Award-Giving body
  4. The deadline for submission is on or before 15 December 2012.

Awards Criteria

Chemistry Education

Separate awards will be given for chemistry educators at the secondary and tertiary levels. Thus, nominations are invited from high school and college level chemistry teachers. The criteria for the nominee in each level are:

  1. Nominees must have at least three years of teaching experience at the institution.
  2. Nominees must have made an outstanding contribution to the teaching of chemistry such as the development of innovative approaches/tools to the teaching of chemistry researches in chemistry education and development of teaching materials. Please attach supporting documents.
  3. Nominations may be made by a school/university official or by a regular member of any of the chemical societies under the Philippine Federation of Chemistry Societies (PFCS).
  4. Nominations must be endorsed by the school/principal department chair or by an officer of the regional chapter of one of the chemistry societies under the PFCS.

Chemical Research

  1. The nominee must be a chemist who has conducted chemical research in the Philippines or must have contributed to chemical research through linkages with a Philippine researcher.
  2. The nominees must have made significant contributions to his/her field as evidenced by any of the following: 1) papers published in the last five years, 2) research mentorship
  3. as measured by the number of theses advisees (B.S., M.S., and Ph.D.) and trainees supervised in the last five years. Please attach supporting documents including proof of completion of the project supervised.
  4. Nominations must be made by the department chair/head of institution/ or by a regular member of any of the chemical societies under the PFCS. The nomination must make a statement of the significance of the work done.

Chemical Industry

  1. The nominee must be a chemist who has made a contribution to the chemistry related aspects of an industry in the Philippines through leadership, entrepreneurship, R&D management, process development and other means. Please attach supporting documents.
  2. Nominations must be made by the head of institution or by a regular member of one of the chemistry societies under the Philippine Federation of Chemistry Societies. The nomination must state the significance and impact of the nominee’s contributions to the industry.

Service to the Chemistry Profession

This is a special award to recognize individuals (not necessarily chemists) who have made outstanding contributions to the upliftment of chemistry in the Philippines through leadership advocacy and exemplary work.

PFCS Awards

The Philippine Federation of Chemistry Societies recognizes outstanding contributions to Chemistry through the PFCS Awards. The awards aim to:

  1. Inspire the youth to take up chemistry
  2. Recognize outstanding contribution of chemists to development of discipline
  3. Recognize outstanding and exemplary contributions to society through chemistry

The PFCS AWARDS will be given under four categories:

  1. Chemistry Education
  2. Chemical Research
  3. Chemical Industry
  4. Service to the Chemistry Profession