Awards Programs

AOAC provides annual awards for scientific achievement, scientific potential, and service to the association. AOAC's most prestigious award, The Harvey W. Wiley Award, is presented each year to a scientist (or group of scientists) who has made an outstanding contribution to analytical methodology in an area of interest to the Association. AOAC's annual scholarship award is given to a worthy upper-level undergraduate or graduate student majoring in a field of study that supports the mission of the Associ-

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