Emeritus Professor Gilbert Stork (Columbia University) was awarded an honorary member from the Chemical Society of Japan.





Gilbert Stork

Born in December 31, 1921


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(B. S.) University of Florida, 1942
(Ph. D.) University of Wisconsin, 1945

1946 Harvard University: Instructor
1948 Assistant Professor
1953 Columbia University: Associate Professor
1955 Professor
1967-1993 Eugene Higgins Professor
1993- Emeritus Professor



Elected to

U.S. National Academy of Sciences, 1961
American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1962
Foreign Member of the French Académie des Sciences, 1989
American Philosphical Society, 1995
Awarded Honorary Membership
The Chemists' Club of New York, 1974
The Pharmaceutical Society of Japan, 1973
The Chemical Society of Japan, 2002
Honorary Fellowship
The Royal Society of Chemistry, UK, 1983
Chairman Organic Division of the American Chemical Society, 1966-1967


Awards

1957 Award in Pure Chemistry of the American Chemical Society
1959 Guggenheim Foundation Fellow
1961 Baekeland Medal, North Jersey ACS
1962 Harrison Howe Award
1966 Edward Curtis Franklin Memorial Award, Stanford University
1967 American Chemical Society Award for Creative Work in Synthetic Organic Chemistry
1971 Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufactures Association Gold Medal
1973 Nebraska Award
1978 Roussel Prize, Paris
1980 Nichols Medal, New York ACS, Arthur C. Cope Award, ACS
1982 Edgar Fahs Smith Award, Philadelphia ACS; Willard Gibbs Medal, Chicago ACS;
National Academy of Sciences Award in Chemical Sciences
1983 National Medal of Science; Pauling Award
1985 Tetrahedron Prize
1986 Remsen Award, Maryland ACS; Cliff S. Hamilton Award,
1987 Monie A Ferst Award and Medal, Georgia Tech.
1991 Roger Adams Award
1992 George Kenner Award, Liverpool; Robert Robinson Lectureship, University of manchester;
Chemical Pioneer Award, American Institute of Chemists
1993 Robert A. Welch Award
1994 Allan R. Day Award, Philadelphia Organic Chemists Club
1995 Wolf Award, Israel
2002 D. H. Barton Medal, Royal Society of Chemisty