Nomination & Selection
Nomination and selection for the US China Outstanding Contribution Awards may be submitted by any person who meets the nomination criteria. The names of the nominees and other information about the nominations shall remain anonymous for up to five years.
Process of Nomination and Selection
The USCN Award Committee is responsible for the selection of eligible candidates and the choice of the Award winners. The Committee is composed of five members appointed by the USCN Executive Committee. The annual US China Outstanding Contribution Award Ceremony is held in Shanghai, China.
Who is eligible for the Award?
Only qualified nominators (see below) have the privilege to recommend candidates for the US China Outstanding Contribution Award. No one can nominate himself or herself.
Following people and institutions have the privilege to submit proposals for the US China Outstanding Contribution Award:
- International organizations, and Non-government organizations;
- Governmental agencies;
- Current and former senior diplomats;
- Current and former advisers of USCN;
- Former US China Outstanding Contribution Award recipients;
- Active and former members of the USCN Executive Committee;
- Major universities with good recognitions and reputations; professors of social sciences, history, philosophy, law and theology; directors of peace research institutes and foreign policy institutes;
- Board members of organizations who have been awarded the US China Outstanding Contribution Award;
- Institutions and associations are also eligible to be the US China Outstanding Contribution Award recipients.