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The Louisa Gross Horwitz Prize

Nomination Process & Checklist


Nominations for the 2014 Horwitz Prize are now closed. Thank you for your participation.

The Prize Committee recognizes no geographic limitations. The Prize may be awarded to an individual or group. When the Prize is awarded to a group, each member will receive a citation, but the honorarium will be divided among the recipients. Preference is given to work done in the recent past.

Please gather all listed information and documents before starting the nomination process.
All supporting materials must be submitted with the nomination
. If you are nominating a collaborative team, complete materials for all team members must be included.

Click here to begin the Nomination Process 

Nomination Checklist

Nominator Information
- Name
- Title
- Mailing address
- email address

Nominee Information
- Name
- Title
- Mailing address
- email address

Supporting Documents
- Curriculum Vitae
- Biographical Sketch
- Research Summary
   (500 Words)
- Research Significance
   (500 Words)
- Key Publications List