Stephen S. Chang Award
Recognizing scientists or technologists who have made decisive accomplishments in research for the improvement or development of products related to lipids.
Stephen Chang came to the United States in 1947 and became active in AOCS after graduate studies at the universities of Kansas and Illinois. He served as AOCS President in 1970. Stephen and Lucy Chang were generous benefactors to AOCS and Rutgers; establishing this award at AOCS and Rutgers' agricultural college's library.
NominationsCandidate materials must include:
Nominations for this award are accepted from members of the Society, colleagues, or directly from individual candidates.
Nomination Deadline: Extended to November 15
AOCS currently accepts candidate materials by electronic transmission only.
2013 RecipientAlejandro G. Marangoni, Professor and Tier I Canada Research Chair Food, Health and Aging, University of Guelph, Canada work concentrates on the physical properties of foods, particularly fat crystallization and structure.
Past Recipients (.pdf)