Paul Shin Award - 2019 Nomination Form
Each year an individual or individuals will be selected to receive the Paul Shin Award in recognition of dedication to communicating science to the public, whether in person, in print or online, or a combination. The award especially recognizes “unsung heroes” who have demonstrated commitment and passion. Ideally, the awardee would be available to attend the 2019 COPUS Unconference (Oct 17-20, 2019).

What's an unsung hero?
A person that is making a difference but is yet to be recognized for it. COPUS is particularly keen to recognize individuals for whom science communications may not be part of an everyday job, but who nevertheless give their time and energy to enhancing the public understanding of science. Individuals need not be affiliated with an institution and are selected from outside the current COPUS membership. The awardee should carry out their activities consistent with “The COPUS Ideals” as developed by Natalie Kuldell and David Burns (COPUS.org/awards/copus-ideals).

For previous award recipients, see: COPUS.org/awards

Application now open!

Nomination deadline is Tuesday, July 30th at midnight (PST).

Nominee's First and Last Name *
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Affiliation *
Nominee’s affiliation(s) and job title(s). (Individuals need not be affiliated with an institution.)
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Profession *
Brief description of the nominee’s profession.
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Previous Recognition? *
Has your nominee received other recognition related to their efforts to increase public understanding of science?
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Nominator First and Last Name *
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Nominator Email *
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Nominator Phone Number *
Please include area -- and international code (if outside the U.S.)
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Reason for Nominating *
In 500 words or less, please explain why you are nominating this person keeping in mind the award criteria. How has your nominee demonstrated an exceptional level of commitment and passion to enhance the public’s understanding of science and/or engagement with science?
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