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PMSE Fellows

Purpose

PMSE Fellowship was established to honor a small percentage of PMSE members who have made significant contributions to the science and engineering of polymeric materials.

Nature

Selected PMSE Fellows are honored with a plaque at the PMSE Division Awards Ceremony and Reception at the Spring National ACS Meeting.  PMSE Fellows are authorized by the division to use the letters FPMSE (Fellow of the Polymeric Materials: Science and Engineering Division) as a post-nominal title in connection with their professional activities.

History

The PMSE Fellow Program was started in 2000 to honor PMSE Members for scientific and technological contributions to polymer material science and engineering.  A list of current PMSE Fellow are found below.

Selection Criteria

Primary: Recognition for leadership in specific scientific research or technological contributions to, or significant advancement of Polymeric Materials Science and Engineering, or Applied Polymer Science.

Secondary: Substantial service to advance the field of Polymeric Materials Science and Engineering may also be used for the selection of worthy candidates.

Nominations

The evaluation process will appraise the contents in each of the above categories, and the nominations should clearly provide evidence of significant accomplishment in activities supporting the community of Polymer Materials Science and Engineering, or Applied Polymer Science.

Examples of the kind of accomplishments that might contribute to the PMSE fellow selection in each category include:

  • Development of a novel polymer characterization method
  • Discovery of a novel polymerization catalyst
  • Discovery of a new fundamental concept or principle in Polymer Science or Engineering
  • Leadership in, or substantial contribution to, the commercialization or manufacturing of polymeric materials or processes
  • (Co)inventorship of a key patent or (co)authorship of a key paper in Polymeric Materials Science and Engineering 

These primary research achievements may lead to measurable output in the form of peer reviewed publications and/or patents, but also improvements in the public understanding of polymer science and engineering principles at their university, industry, government laboratory, and community.

Service:

  • The establishment of, or strong contribution to, polymer education or public awareness initiatives
  • Service to the PMSE Division

A PMSE member must have a good standing for at least the previous five (5) years to the nomination.  An individual may be nominated by any PMSE member(s). A nomination should be submitted as a single pdf file, consisting of:

  1. Nomination letter must articulate clearly the basis for the fellow nomination that includes
  • A brief introduction
  • The primary contributions and lay-language explanation of the significance and impact of the research. 
  • Brief summary of key papers, patents, prior awards and honors may be recognized to support the nomination.
  • Contributions to a second or third area of research or service element. 
  • A summary statement that includes how the nominee stands amongst their peers is recommended.
  1. A nomination letter must include a 20-word or less citation that summarizes the primary achievements that the nomination is based upon. (For examples, please see the current list of PMSE Fellows below.)
  2. A short date CV of the nominee with only essential content that supports the nomination and not exceeding 10 pages.
  3. At least two letters of support, but no more than three, in addition to the nomination letter signed and on letterhead from those that are familiar with the nominee’s work and can substantiate the accomplishment.  Letters are limited to 3 pages in length.
  4. If available, supporting information (e.g. news stories, testimonials by others especially for proprietary work) maybe included, but not to exceed 1 page.

The nominator(s) should send the single pdf to the PMSE Fellow Selection Committee, available at pmsefellows@pmsedivision.org.  Current Selection Committee members are Shu Yang (University of Pennsylvania), Gustavo Carri (ExxonMobil), and Vivek Prabhu (NIST).

Deadline for Nomination

October 15 of each calendar year for consideration in the following year.  (October 15, 2022 for consideration for 2023 PMSE Fellow Class)

Selection Process

Nomination packages remain valid for three years. Nomination packages are reviewed by a group of ad hoc judges and the PMSE Fellow Selection Committee.

2022 PMSE Fellows

The American Chemical Society Division of Polymeric Materials: Science and Engineering (PMSE) has selected a new class of PMSE Fellows for 2022. 

  • Ralph Colby
  • Andrew P. Dove
  • Melissa Grunlan
  • LaShanda Korley
  • Richard Spontak
  • Marcus Weck

A short summary of each follows below.

Ralph Colby The Pennsylvania State University

“For pioneering contributions to the molecular level understanding of polymer dynamics and crystallization through creative combination of theory and experiments.”

Ralph H. Colby received his B.S. in Materials Science and Engineering from Cornell University in 1979. After working for two years at the General Electric Company in rheology research and process development, he attended graduate school at Northwestern University, where he received his M.S. and Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering in 1983 and 1985. Graduate research focused on rheology of linear polybutadiene melts and solutions, which included 15 months as a visiting scholar in the Exxon Research and Engineering Company, Corporate Research – Science Laboratories. He then worked for ten years at the Eastman Kodak Company in their Corporate Research Laboratories.  In 1995, Dr. Colby was hired as Associate Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at the Pennsylvania State University and was promoted to Professor in 2000. He teaches a very demanding undergraduate course on Polymer Rheology and Processing and continues to use rheological experiments to probe the dynamics of polymers and other complex fluids.  Dr. Colby has over 250 publications and published a textbook Polymer Physics in 2003.  Current research topics include flow effects on polymer crystallization, associating aqueous poly(vinyl alcohol) solutions, polyelectrolyte solutions in polar solvents, native cellulose solutions in ionic liquids, thermotropic liquid crystalline phases of conjugated polymers, a flow-induced nematic phase of poly(ether ether ketone) and single-ion conducting ionomers with polar additives, such as zwitterions.  He was the Editor of the Journal of Rheology 2011-2021 and was the recipient of the Society of Rheology’s Bingham Medal in 2012.

Melissa Grunlan – Texas A&M University

For outstanding contributions in the development of polymeric biomaterials for medical devices and regenerative engineering.”

Dr. Melissa Grunlan is the Charles H. and Bettye Barclay Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Texas A&M University (TAMU). She holds courtesy appointments in the Departments of Materials Science & Engineering and Chemistry. After completing her B.S. (Chemistry) and M.S. (Polymers & Coatings) at North Dakota State University, Dr. Grunlan was employed at the H.B. Fuller Company (St. Paul, MN) for four years where she held titles of Chemist and then Senior Chemist. She then completed her Ph.D. (Chemistry) at the University of Southern California. For the last 16 years, Dr. Grunlan has built an internationally-recognized research program focused on the development of polymeric biomaterials for medical devices and regenerative engineering. Her technologies include osteochondral scaffolds, shape memory polymer bone scaffolds, synthetic cartilage, self-cleaning biosensor membranes, and antifouling silicones. She is Fellow of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) and the American Chemical Society (ACS). Dr. Grunlan served as Chair of the PMSE Division in 2018. She co-organized the inaugural PMSE Future Faculty Symposium in 2018 and received the PMSE Distinguished Service Award in 2021. She is a member of the editorial advisory boards for three ACS journals.

LaShanda Korley – University of Delaware

For outstanding contributions to bio-inspired materials design and manufacturing.”

Prof. LaShanda T. J. Korley is a Distinguished Professor in the Departments of Materials Science & Engineering and Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering at the University of Delaware (UD). Previously, she held the Climo Associate Professorship of Macromolecular Science and Engineering at Case Western Reserve University, where she started her independent career in 2007. Prof. Korley is the Director of the recently awarded Energy Frontier Research Center – Center for Plastics Innovation (CPI) funded by the Department of Energy and also the Co-Director of the recently announced Materials Research Science and Center – UD Center for Hybrid, Active, and Responsive Materials (UD CHARM). She is also the Principal Investigator for the National Science Foundation Partnerships for International Research and Education (PIRE): Bio-inspired Materials and Systems and the co-director of the Center for Research in Soft matter & Polymers (CRiSP) at the University of Delaware.

She received a B.S. in both Chemistry & Engineering from Clark Atlanta University as well as a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology in 1999. Prof. Korley completed her doctoral studies at MIT in Chemical Engineering and the Program in Polymer Science and Technology in 2005, and she was the recipient of the Provost’s Academic Diversity Postdoctoral Fellowship at Cornell University in 2005. She was named a DuPont Young Professor in 2011 and was selected for the National Academy of Engineering Frontiers of Engineering symposium. She is a Kavli Fellow as part of the Japanese/American Frontiers of Science Symposium.. Recently, Prof. Korley was elected as Fellow of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering, and was awarded the National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers (NOBCChE) Lloyd N. Ferguson Young Scientist Award for Excellence in Research and the American Institute for Chemical Engineers (AIChE) Minority Affairs Committee Gerry Lessells Award. Her research focuses on bio-inspired polymeric materials, film and fiber manufacturing, plastics recycling and upcycling strategies, stimuli-responsive composites, peptide-polymer hybrids, fiber-reinforced hydrogels, and renewable materials derived from biomass.

Andrew P. Dove – University of Birmingham, UK

“For original contributions to organocatalysis for ring-opening polymerization and stereochemically controlled polymerization.”

Andrew graduated from the University of York with an MChem degree in 1999. His subsequent Ph.D. studies were conducted under the supervision of Prof. Vernon C. Gibson FRS at Imperial College, London, focused on metal catalysed co-ordination insertion polymerisation. Andrew undertook post-doctoral research first under the guidance of Prof. Robert M. Waymouth at Stanford University, California and then as a CIPMA post-doctoral fellow at IBM, San Jose, California under the supervision of Dr James L. Hedrick and Prof. Robert M. Waymouth. Andrew returned to the UK to take up a RCUK Fellowship in Nanotechnology in September 2005 before being appointed as an Assistant Professor in September 2006 and subsequently as an Associate Professor in September 2009 before being appointed as a Full Professor in June 2014. In January 2018, Andrew joined the School of Chemistry at the University of Birmingham as Professor of Chemistry.

Marcus Weck – New York University

“For pioneering and innovative contributions that interface supramolecular and polymer chemistry to access new applied polymeric and colloidal materials.”

Marcus Weck is a Professor in the Department of Chemistry and the Associate Director of the Molecular Design Institute. He received his M.S. from the University of Mainz, Germany (1994) and his Ph.D. in Organic and Polymer Chemistry from the California Institute of Technology (1998). He was a German Academic Exchange Service Postdoctoral Fellow at Harvard University in 1998 and previously taught at the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Dr. Weck’s research interests are in the areas of organic and polymer chemistry as well as materials science. The main foci of his group are in supported catalysis, the introduction of complexity through the use of orthogonal functionalization methods, colloidal chemistry, and the synthesis of polymers, organized assemblies, biomaterials, and nanostructures. He is the recipient of numerous awards, including the NSF Career Award, a DuPont Young Professor Award, a Camille Dreyfus Teacher/Scholar Award, an Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship, and a Friedrich Wilhelm Bessel-Award. He is a Fellow of the Polymer Division of the American Chemical Society and serves on the international advisory boards of multiple polymer-related journals.

Richard Spontak – North Carolina State University

“For fundamental and practical contributions to the understanding and applications of phase behavior and nanophase self-assembly of block copolymers.”

Dr. Richard J. Spontak is a Distinguished Professor of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, Professor of Materials Science & Engineering and Alumni Distinguished Graduate and Undergraduate Professor at NC State University. He received his B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering (with honors/high distinction) from Penn State University in 1983 and was awarded his Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from UC Berkeley in 1988. He then pursued post-doctoral research in Materials Science & Metallurgy at the University of Cambridge (U.K.) and Condensed Matter Physics at the Institute for Energy Technology (Norway) before joining the Corporate Research Division of the Procter & Gamble Company in 1990. In 1992, he accepted a faculty position at NC State University, where he supervises the Macromolecular Materials & Morphology Group. Although active in a diverse range of disciplines, his primary research interests relate to the phase behavior and morphology/property development of nanostructured polymers, polymer nanocomposites and coatings, electron microscopy, and stimuli-responsive soft materials.

In recognition of his research endeavors, he is the recipient of the Alcoa Foundation Engineering Achievement and Distinguished Engineering Research Awards, Alexander von Humboldt and Tewkesbury fellowships, the NC State University Alumni Outstanding Research and Global Engagement Awards, the ACS (PMSE Division) Cooperative Research Award in Polymer Science & Engineering, the German Society for Electron Microscopy Ernst Ruska Prize, the ACS (Rubber Division) Chemistry of Thermoplastic Elastomers Award, the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3) Colwyn Medal, the Norwegian University of Science & Technology Lars Onsager Professorship and Medal, the Society of Plastics Engineers International Award, the Tau Beta Pi Distinguished Alumnus Award, and the International Association of Advanced Materials Researcher of the Year Award. An elected fellow of the American Physical Society, IOM3 and the Royal Society of Chemistry, he is or has been on the editorial advisory board of more than 20 international journals and holds editorial positions on 3 of them. He has been recognized as an Outstanding Scholar Alumnus and an Alumni Fellow by Penn State University, and he is a member of the Norwegian Academy of Technological Sciences and the NC State University Research Leadership, Global Engagement and Outstanding Teaching Academies. Spontak is also a highly acclaimed educator and academic mentor and has received college- and alumni-level Outstanding Teaching Awards, as well as the university-level Board of Governor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching, the highest institutional honor bestowed by the UNC system. A recipient of the American Society for Engineering Education Southeast Region Outstanding Mid-Career Teaching Award, he has served as a Fulbright Senior Specialist.

PMSE Fellow Classes

Inducted as the Twenty First Class of PMSE Fellows  at the Spring 2021 ACS Meeting.

  • Gregory Beaucage
  • Cato T. Laurencin
  • Christina U. Thomas
  • Bryan D. Vogt

Inducted as the Twentieth Class of PMSE Fellows  at the Philadelphia ACS Meeting during the joint PMSE/POLY Awards Reception on Wednesday evening, March 25th, 2020.

  • Vivek Prabhu
  • Shanti Swarup
  • Tao Xie
  • Ting Xu

Inducted as the Nineteenth Class of PMSE Fellows  at the Orlando ACS Meeting during the joint PMSE/POLY Awards Reception on Wednesday evening, April 3, 2019.

  • Zhiqun Lin
  • Nicholas Peppas
  • Jeffrey Pyun
  • Dean Webster

Inducted as the Eighteenth Class of PMSE Fellows  at the New Orleans ACS Meeting during the joint PMSE/POLY Awards Reception on Wednesday evening, March 21, 2018.

  • Brian Benicewicz
  • Christopher Stafford
  • A. Jay Dias
  • Shu Yang

Inducted as the Seventeenth Class of PMSE Fellows  at the San Francisco ACS Meeting during the joint PMSE/POLY Awards Reception on Wednesday evening, April 5, 2017.

  • Matthew Becker
  • Heather Maynard
  • Marek Urban

Inducted as the Sixteenth Class of PMSE Fellows  at the San Diego ACS Meeting during the joint PMSE/POLY Awards Reception on Wednesday evening, March 16 2016.

  • Antonio Facchetti
  • Jung-Il Jin
  • Shiro Kobayashi
  • Karen I. Winey

Inducted as the Fifteenth Class of PMSE Fellows  at the Denver ACS Meeting during the joint PMSE/POLY Awards Reception on Wednesday evening, March 25 2015.

  • Hatsuo Ishida
  • Qinghuang Lin
  • Michael Mackay
  • Greg Rutledge
  • Uli Wiesner

Inducted as the Fourteenth Class of PMSE Fellows  at the Dallas ACS Meeting during the joint PMSE/POLY Awards Reception on Wednesday evening April 14, 2014.

  • Emmanuel Giannelis
  • Jay F. Kunzler
  • David Martin
  • Edwin L. “Ned” Thomas

Inducted as the Thirteenth Class of PMSE Fellows at the New Orleans ACS Meeting during the joint PMSE/POLY Awards Reception on Wednesday evening April 10, 2013.

  • Timothy J. Bunning
  • Todd Emrick
  • Andy Lovinger
  • Darrin Pochan
  • John Reynolds
  • Michael Rubner
  • Kenneth J. Shea
  • James Wang

Inducted as the Twelfth class of PMSE Fellows  at the San Diego ACS Meeting during the joint PMSE/POLY Awards Reception.

  • Stephen Z. D. Cheng
  • Lloyd Robeson
  • Jimmy Mays
  • Abhimanyu O. Patil

Inducted as the Eleventh class of PMSE Fellows  at the Anaheim ACS Meeting during the joint PMSE/POLY Awards Reception on Wednesday evening, March 30, 2011.

  • Rigoberto Advincula
  • Zhenan Bao
  • Patrick E. Cassidy
  • Joseph M. DeSimone
  • Douglas L. Gin
  • Charles C. Han
  • Thomas P. Russell
  • Richard A. Vaia

Inducted as the Tenth class of PMSE Fellows at the San Francisco ACS Meeting during the joint PMSE/POLY Awards Reception on Wednesday evening, March 24, 2010.

  • Benny D. Freeman
  • Jeffrey S. Moore
  • Judy S. Riffle

Inducted as the Ninth class of PMSE Fellows during the PMSE Awards Luncheon at the Salt Lake ACS Meeting on Monday, March 23, 2009.

  • Craig Hawker
  • Alex K-Y. Jen
  • Lon J. Mathias
  • Christopher K. Ober
  • Garth Wilkes

Inducted as Eighth class of PMSE Fellows during the PMSE/POLY Awards Reception at the Chicago ACS National Meeting on Monday, March 26, 2007.

  • James Crivello
  • Mohamed El-Aasser
  • James Stoffer
  • Wen-Li Wu

Inducted as the Seventh class of PMSE Fellows during the Awards Lunch at the Atlanta ACS National Meeting on Monday, March 27th, 2006.

  • Anne Hiltner
  • Robert Miller
  • Donald Plazek
  • Richard Stein
  • Robert Weiss

Inducted as theSixth class of PMSE Fellowsduring the PMSE Awards Lunch at the San Diego ACS Meeting on Monday, March 14th, 2005.

  • Eric Amis
  • David Lohse

Inducted as the Fifth class of PMSE Fellows during the PMSE Awards Lunch at the Anaheim ACS Meeting on Monday, March 29th, 2004.

  • Nikos Hadjichristidis
  • Bill MacKnight
  • Don Schulz

Inducted as the Fourth class of PMSE Fellows during the PMSE Awards Lunch at the New Orleans ACS Meeting on Monday, March 24th, 2003.

  • Guy C. Berry
  • Frank E. Karasz
  • Moshe Narkis
  • Dennis G. Peiffer
  • Virgil Percec
  • Kenneth B. Wagener

Inducted as the Third class of PMSE Fellows during the PMSE Awards Lunch at the Orlando ACS Meeting on Monday, April 8, 2002.

  • Bill Culbertson
  • Hiroshi Ito
  • Michael Jaffe
  • James McGrath
  • Elsa Reichmanis
  • Leslie Sperling
  • S. Richard Turner
  • Paul L. Valint
  • Mitchell A. Winnik

Inducted as the Second class of PMSE Fellows at the PMSE Awards Lunch at the San Diego ACS Meeting on Monday, April 2, 2001.

  • Eric Baer
  • James Economy
  • Frank N. Jones
  • Lieng-Huang Lee
  • Krzysztof Matyjaszewski
  • George R. Pilcher
  • Duane B. Priddy
  • Albert F. Yee

Inducted as the Inaugural Class of PMSE Fellows at the Washington DC ACS Meeting in August 2000 were 16 members:

  • Dave Bauer
  • Ray Dickie
  • John Gillham
  • Ted Provder
  • Murrae Bowden
  • Lew Fetters
  • Jack Koenig
  • Larry Thompson
  • Charles Carraher
  • Jean Fréchet
  • Jim Mark
  • Dave Tirrell
  • Clara Craver
  • John Gardon
  • Don Paul
  • Grant Willson

ACS Fellows

A subset of PMSE members are also ACS Fellows, which was created by the ACS Board of Directors in December 2008 to recognize members of ACS for outstanding achievements in and contributions to science, the profession, and the Society.  More information on the ACS Fellows program can be found at ACS.org.  A full list of ACS Fellows in PMSE can be found at the following link.

An alphabetical list of ACS and PMSE fellows is provided below. Members are denoted by the year of their ACS Fellowship.

  • Rigoberto Advincula (2010)
  • Eric Amis (2012)
  • Paul Anderson (2009)
  • Ronald Archer (2011)
  • Eric Baer (2011)
  • Jamil Baghdachi (2014)
  • Neelakantan Balasubramanian (2017)
  • Zhenan Bao (2011)
  • Rodney Bartlett (2010)
  • Jacqueline Barton (2014)
  • Lawrence Barton (2012)
  • Lisa Baugh (2016)
  • Edwin Becker (2009)
  • Matthew Becker (2020)
  • Kathryn Beers (2014)
  • Jerry Bell (2010)
  • Robert Bergman (2011)
  • K Berlin (2011)
  • Pradip Bhowmik (2014)
  • Frank Blum (2009)
  • Arindam Bose (2009)
  • Mary Boyd (2015)
  • Cherlynlavaughn Bradley* (2012)
  • Mitchell Bruce (2014)
  • Samuel Bryan (2013)
  • Janet Bryant (2011)
  • Morris Bullock (2012)
  • Timothy Bunning (2017)
  • James Burke (2010)
  • Cynthia Burrows (2010)
  • Charles Campbell (2011)
  • James Canary (2013)
  • Guang Cao (2012)
  • Charles Carraher (2010)
  • Peggy Cebe (2015)
  • Edwin A. Chandross (2009)
  • Eun-Woo Chang (2010)
  • James Chao (2013)
  • Sally Chapman* (2012)
  • Hongyu Chen (2018)
  • Jingguang Chen (2013)
  • N. Cheng (2009)
  • Christine Chow (2015)
  • Sue Clark (2010)
  • Judith Cohen (2010)
  • Terrence Collins (2013)
  • Catherine Costello (2011)
  • E. Bryan Couglin (2018)
  • Arthur Coury (2011)
  • Norman Craig (2010)
  • Bryce Crawford* (2009)
  • James V. Crivello (2011)
  • Glenn Crosby (2009)
  • Bill M. Culbertson (2012)
  • Mark Dadmun (2015)
  • Hai-Lung Dai (2010)
  • William Daly (2010)
  • John Dawson (2010)
  • Joseph Desimone (2012)
  • Anthony Dias (2015)
  • Ray Dickie (2012)
  • Michael Doyle (2009)
  • James Economy (2012)
  • Mostafa El-Sayed (2009)
  • Todd Emrick (2014)
  • Alan English (2010)
  • Thomas Epps (2021)
  • Barry Farmer (2013)
  • Erik Fernandez (2011)
  • Daniel Flynn (2013)
  • Warren T. Ford (2010)
  • Natalie Foster (2014)
  • Jean Frechet (2010)
  • Benny Freeman (2011)
  • Alfred French (2010)
  • Glenn Fuller* (2009)
  • Mary Good (2009)
  • Bernard Gordon, III (2012)
  • Sergio Granados-Focil (2017)
  • Harry Gray (2009)
  • George Gross (2010)
  • Robert Grubbs (2009)
  • Timothy Hanks (2021)
  • Eva Harth (2021)
  • Kathleen O’Leary Havelka (2010)
  • Craig Hawker (2010)
  • Janan Hayes (2012)
  • Rigoberto Hernandez (2010)
  • Thomas Higgins (2016)
  • Herbert Hill (2011)
  • K W Hipps (2010)
  • Andrew Holder (2011)
  • Derek Horton* (2011)
  • Bob Howell (2011)
  • Benjamin Hsiao (2011)
  • Xuefei Huang (2013)
  • Russell Hughes (2011)
  • Leonard Vincent Interrante (2010)
  • Michael Jaffe (2012)
  • Johanna Jansen (2011)
  • Malika Jeffries-EL (2018)
  • Alex Jen (2011)
  • Julie Jessop (2017)
  • Russell Johnson (2010)
  • Christopher Jones (2015)
  • Loretta Jones (2014)
  • Paul Jones (2010)
  • Roger Jones (2012)
  • Wayne Jones (2010)
  • William Jones (2010)
  • Kenneth Jordan (2009)
  • Dimitris Katsoulis (2021)
  • Howard Katz (2010)
  • George Kauffman (2011)
  • Joseph Paul Kennedy (2012)
  • R Bruce King (2009)
  • Michael Klein (2011)
  • Stephen Koch (2014)
  • Diane Krone (2010)
  • Ramesh Kumar (2015)
  • Richard Laine (2015)
  • Joseph Lambert (2012)
  • Clark Landis (2012)
  • Christine Landry-Coltrain (2016)
  • Thomas Lane (2011)
  • Cato Laurencin (2014)
  • Chao-Jun Li (2015)
  • Eric K. Lin (2018)
  • Qinghuang Lin (2014)
  • Gang-Yu Liu (2010)
  • Hung-Wen Liu (2014)
  • Timothy Lodge (2010)
  • David Lohse (2010)
  • Timothy Long (2009)
  • Joseph Mabry (2015)
  • Chuanbin Mao (20211)
  • David C. Martin (2015)
  • Hedi Mattoussi (2011)
  • Krzysztof Matyjaszewski (2010)
  • Heather Maynard (2021)
  • Jimmy Mays (2011)
  • Laura McConnell (2014)
  • Anne McCoy (2009)
  • James E. McGrath (2009)
  • Robert McMahon (2011)
  • Gerald Meyer (2010)
  • Robert Miller (2011)
  • Terry Miller (2010)
  • Nancy Mills (2011)
  • James Moore (2011)
  • Jeffrey Moore (2010)
  • John Moore (2009)
  • Robert B Moore (2013)
  • Robert S Moore (2014)
  • Sarah Morgan (2020)
  • Christopher Ober (2009)
  • William Oliver (2012)
  • Michael Owen (2010)
  • Thomas J. Pacansky (2010)
  • Kathlyn Parker (2009)
  • Donald Paul (2009)
  • Eli M. Pearce (2009)
  • Nicholas Peppas (2011)
  • Kirk Peterson (2014)
  • Lisa Peterson (2013)
  • John Pochan (2012)
  • Ned Porter (2013)
  • Theodore Provder (2011)
  • Seth C. Rasmussen (2021)
  • Buddy Ratner (2011)
  • Kenneth Raymond (2013)
  • Richard Register (2012)
  • Elsa Reichmanis (2009)
  • Charles Reynolds (2010)
  • Yorke Rhodes (2011)
  • John Richard (2014)
  • Ryan Richards (2014)
  • Judy Riffle (2010)
  • Sara Risch (2012)
  • Robin Rogers (2009)
  • Stuart Rowan (2018)

  • Sherri Rukes (2020)
  • Ann Beal Salamone (2009)
  • Joseph C. Salamone (2010)
  • Maria Santore (2010)
  • Phillip Savage (2012)
  • Daniel A. Savin (2018)
  • Henry Schaefer (2009)
  • Kirk Schanze (2011)
  • David Schiraldi (2013)
  • Diane Schmidt (2011)
  • Kathleen Schulz (2009)
  • Wallace Schulz (2011)
  • Lawrence Scott (2012)
  • Sadiq Shah (2014)
  • John Sharkey (2011)
  • John E. Sheats (2010)
  • Myron Simon (2014)
  • J Ernest Simpson (2012)
  • James Skinner (2012)
  • Dennis Smith (2010)
  • Janet Smith (2014)
  • Patrick Smith (2011)
  • Thomas Smith (2009)
  • Christopher Soles (2016)
  • Chunshan Song (2010)
  • James Spencer (2016)
  • Leslie H. Sperling (2010)
  • George Stanley (2011)
  • E Strom (2009)
  • Timothy Swager (2013)
  • Sunny Tang (2011)
  • John Texter (2015)
  • Kimberly Thomas (2011)
  • David Tirrell (2010)
  • Vladimir Tsukruk (2014)
  • Sam Turner (2009)
  • Kathryn Uhrich (2014)
  • Richard Vaia (2015)
  • Kenneth Wagener (2011)
  • Ann Walker (2011)
  • Edward Walsh (2014)
  • Paul Walter (2013)
  • Dujin Wang (2018)
  • Yong Wang (2010)
  • Michael Ward (2011)
  • Edel Wasserman (2012)
  • Linette Watkins (2014)
  • Dean Webster (2016)
  • Paul Weiss (2010)
  • Robert Weiss (2010)
  • Christopher Welch (2010)
  • Richard Williams (2012)
  • Tracy Williamson (2016)
  • Vickie Williamson (2015)
  • Carlton Willson (2009)
  • Richard Willson (2014)
  • Angela Wilson (2010)
  • Bobby Wilson (2011)
  • George Wilson (2013)
  • Marinda Wu (2015)
  • Kenneth Wynne (2009)
  • Younan Xia (2014)
  • Elaine Yamaguchi (2010)
  • Edward Yeung (2011)
  • Jin Z. Zhang (2011)
  • Bing Zhou (2012)
  • Hong-cai Zhou (2016)
  • Weichang Zhou (2013)