Thank you for your interest in submitting an award nomination! While the nominator is responsible for uploading the entire nomination package, it takes a team!
What is an Award Citation?
In 25 words or less, suggest a citation to reflect the nominee’s accomplishments, as it relates to the nomination for that particular award. It generally sums up what is in the nomination letter. For citation examples, see the complete list of award winners.
Who can Nominate?
It is not necessary to be an AMS member to nominate or support an award nomination.
Your Role as an Nominator
Captain of the team consisting of the three people willing to write supporting letters. The Nominator is responsible for submitting the entire nomination package.
Formulate a plan:
- What areas will the three supporting letters cover or supplement?
- Who will gather the CV and Bibliography?
- Who will craft the 25 word or less citation?
- When is the deadline for all material due to the Nominator?
- Nominations are due to AMS 1 May.
How to Nominate
Award nominations are submitted through our online Awards and Fellow Nomination System by 1 May.
The nominees for awards remain on the committee's active list for most awards for three years. You will be allowed to update an unsuccessful nomination at the beginning of the next award cycle.
Transferring an Award Nomination
If during deliberations an awards committee feels that a nomination is better suited for a different award, AMS staff will go back to the nominator and provide the information passed along from the committee. The nominator will be given the opportunity to rewrite the nomination toward the suggested award and resubmit. This nomination will begin a new three-year cycle with this submission.
Fellow and Lecturer Nominations
Please visit the Fellows page for more information and nomination procedures. NOTE, you must be an active AMS Member to submit a Fellow nomination.
Please visit the Lecturers page for more information.