National Mole Of The Year Award (MOTY)
This award is presented every two years during the ChemEd conference. The award goes to that member of the National Mole Day Foundation who has contributed the most to furthering the cause of Mole Day and chemistry education. There is not a formal application form which must be followed but merely items which should be included. Nominees will be reviewed by the Board of Directors and the winner will be notified before the ChemEd presentation.
The following items should be included in your application packet:
Please send your vitae (education, degrees, teaching experience, professional affiliations, etc.), including your current mailing and contact addresses.
If we may contact your principal or department chair, please send proper information.
(Optional) Send letters of support from colleagues, students, etc.
What do you find most rewarding about teaching?
Describe your Mole Day celebrations, including activities that involve your classes, other classes, teachers, clubs, departments, etc., and activities that involve the community
It is proper to nominate yourself. Don't be afraid to toot your own horn!
The award consists of:
A very attractive plaque
A year's free membership in the NMDF
A free Mole Day breakfast at ChemEd'23
$250 cash award
Applications must be submitted by May 1, 2023
Send completed applications with documentation to: Katie Wibly, President - NMDF - firstname.lastname@example.org
Past MOTY Winners
1993 - Arthur Logan
1995 - Joan Laredo-Liddel
1997 - Scotty Ellerbe
1999 - Rose Blanchard
2001 - Sally Michell
2003 - Thomas Tweedle
2005 - Jane Spenser
2007 - Rosendo Garcia
2009 - Sarah Toman
2011 - Maurice Oehler
2013 - Vicki Volpe
2015 - Stephen Radice
2017 - Mike Offutt
2023 - Tina Lulla