Nomination letter (2-page maximum; font size 12-pt Times New Roman; 1-inch margins). The nomination letter should highlight the nominee’s accomplishments in the mentoring and advising of undergraduate research students and/or faculty that are relevant to the award. Although some nominees may be exceptional across all award categories, the nominator should explain the nominee’s commitment to mentoring and advising, and emphasize the nominee’s effectiveness through discussion of outcomes that align with a minimum of two of the award categories listed in the call for nominations. Outcomes may include peer-reviewed manuscripts featuring undergraduate student work, conference presentations by or with students, matriculation of mentees in graduate-level chemistry study, employment of student mentees as a professional in a STEM field, development of programs that enhance undergraduate research, and/or career advancement of faculty mentees. Particular attention should be given to the quality of outcomes and broader impacts achieved using available institutional resources, not the quantity of the outcomes. Additional insights into the nominee’s mentoring and advising philosophy, including significant consequences of the nominee’s efforts, are welcome. For the category on integration of undergraduate research into the academic curriculum and coursework in chemistry, specific details on the nominee’s contributions to the development, application, and assessment of research experiences in chemistry courses or across curricula are required. For the category on diversity and inclusion, details about how the nominee tailors mentoring and advising strategies to fit needs and strengths of students and faculty are required. Likewise, for the category on establishment of programmatic infrastructure, specific details on the nominee’s contributions to the development, sustainment, and assessment of programs are required.