The HERMAN Skolnik Award

About the Award

The ACS Division of Chemical Information established the Herman Skolnik Award to recognize outstanding contributions to and achievements in the theory and practice of chemical information science. The Award is named in honor of the first recipient, Herman Skolnik.

By this Award, the Division of Chemical Information is committed to encouraging the continuing preparation, dissemination and advancement of chemical information science and related disciplines through individual and team efforts. Examples of such advancement include, but are not limited to, the following:

The Award consists of a $3000 honorarium and a plaque. The recipient is expected to give an address at the time of the Award presentation. In recent years, the Award Symposium has been organized by the recipient.

Nomination Procedure

Nominations for the Herman Skolnik Award should:

Please note: paper submissions are not accepted.


Wendy Warr & Associates composes a report on the Skolnik award symposiums, please see these here.


Since its establishment in 1976, the Award has been presented to the following individuals at a national ACS meeting.