The Herty Medal

Recognizing outstanding chemists in the Southeastern United States since 1933.

The Charles H. Herty Medal is a beautiful solid gold medallion awarded annually by the Georgia Section of the American Chemical Society. The purpose of the award is to give public recognition to the work and service of outstanding chemists who have significantly contributed to their chosen fields. All chemists in academic, government, or industrial laboratories who have been residing in the southeastern United States for at least 10 years are eligible. (For this purpose Southeasern United States is defined as the union of the following states: Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia, Florida, North Carolina, and South Carolina.)


Recent Medalists

  2013 Herty Meeting (Prof. David G. Lynn, Emory University)

  2012 Herty Meeting (Prof. Alvin L. Crumbliss, Duke University)
  2011 Herty Meeting (Robert Mark Wightman, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
  2010 Herty Meeting (Ken B. Wagener, University of Florida)
  2009 Herty Meeting (Craig L. Hill, Emory University)
  2008 Herty Meeting (Gregory H. Robinson, University of Georgia)
  2007 Herty Meeting (Luis Echegoyen, Clemson University)
  2006 Herty Meeting (Gary Schuster, Georgia Tech)
  2005 Herty Meeting (Dennis C. Liotta, Emory University)
  2004 Herty Meeting (Michael T. Crimmins, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
  2003 Herty Meeting (Alan G. Marshall, Florida State University)
  2002 Herty Meeting (Lanny Liebeskind, Emory University)
  2001 Herty Meeting (Ivy Carroll, Research Triangle Institute)
  2000 Herty Meeting (James C. Powers, Georgia Institute of Technology)
  1999 Herty Meeting (Richard D. Adams, University of South Carolina)
  1998 Herty Meeting (Gordon L. Nelson, Florida Institute of Technology)
  1997 Herty Meeting (Frederic M. Menger, Emory University)

  Past Herty Medal Winners

Charles H. Herty Biography & History of the Herty Medal (by Donald G. Hicks)

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