Established in 2015, the Glenn Sonnedecker Prize honors the contributions of Glenn Sonnedecker to the field of the history of pharmacy and aims to encourage research in subjects central to his work. The Sonnedecker Prize is awarded annually for the best original article published during the previous year on the history of some facet of pharmacy practice or pharmacy education in the United States (including the Colonial Period). Submissions from multiple authors will be accepted.
The Glenn Sonnedecker Prize consists of a monetary cash prize of $1,000. If an awarded article has multiple authors, the monetary award will be divided among the authors.
Eligibility: Articles published in English in peer-reviewed journals and books are eligible for consideration. Award winners will demonstrate originality of scholarship and clear contribution to the study of the history of pharmacy.
Submission of articles: Please submit a PDF copy of the published article to Gregory J. Higby, Executive Director, American Institute of the History of Pharmacy (Higby@aihp.org). Please write “Sonnedecker Prize” in the subject line of your email. Self-nominations are welcome.
Brief Biography of Glenn Sonnedecker
The former Executive Director of the American Institute of the History of Pharmacy from 1957-1973 and 1981-1985, Glenn Sonnedecker is a pioneering historian of pharmacy. Sonnedecker received his Ph.D. in History of Science and History of Pharmacy from the University of Wisconsin in 1952, and he taught at the University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy from 1952 to 1986. He was the founding editor of Pharmacy in History, AIHP’s quarterly journal, and has been the editor or author of more than a dozen books and pamphlets and more than 100 articles on the history of pharmacy.
For $65/year ($75/foreign)
For $130/year ($140/foreign)
Pharmacy Education Fund (Schools or College of Pharmacy)
AIHP is pleased to announce that Laura Phillips Sawyer, assistant Professor at Harvard Business School, has been selected to receive the 2016 Glenn Sonnedecker Prize for her article, “California Fair Trade: Antitrust and the Politics of ‘Fairness’ in U.S. Competition Policy.”Read More