Recognising excellence: CCE 2024 Awards announcement

Nominations are open for our 2024 awards

The IUPAC Committee on Chemistry Education (CCE) is soliciting nominations for three types of awards which will be made during the 27th International Conference on Chemistry Education (ICCE2024) in Pattaya, Thailand, on 15-19 July 2024. These prizes recognise outstanding work being done in any part of the world to promote excellence in the teaching and learning of chemistry. The awards are:

  • Distinguished Contribution to Chemistry Education (DCCE) Award which recognises outstanding service to chemistry education and practice and/or professional service to chemistry education over a lifetime.
    See detailed announcement (pdf) and nomination form (docx).
  • Outstanding Early Career Researcher in Chemistry Education Award which recognizes early career researchers who are producing high quality and impactful chemical education research as evidenced by their research output.
    See detailed announcement (pdf) and nomination form (docx).
  • Special Recognition Award for Excellent Service to the Committee on Chemistry Education which acknowledges individuals who have given excellent service to the CCE, i.e. to further CCE priorities and IUPAC strategic objectives related to chemistry education (additional information can be found here).
    See detailed announcement (pdf) and nomination form (docx).


Detailed description and procedures are available from this page.


Your next steps to nomination

Nominations are open and will close on 28 February 2024. All members of IUPAC-affiliated countries are encouraged to consider nominating candidates for these awards. If there is anyone that you think is making outstanding contributions to chemistry education, don’t hesitate to put them forward. More information about eligibility and selection procedures can be found in the links above.

You have until 28 February 2024 to submit your nominations. We look forward to hearing from you.

Best wishes,

Committee on Chemistry Education


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