Yes, nominators can nominate multiple people for multiple awards, or a group of individuals for a single award.
Yes, an individual may be nominated for multiple awards. However, once the individual has been nominated by a nominator, they may not be nominated for the same award by another nominator.
No, nominators may not self-nominate.
Yes, nominators and nominees can be of any citizenship and located anywhere in the world, provided they meet the eligibility requirements.
There is no cost to participate. Nominations for the National Liberty Museum’s Healthcare Heroes Awards are free of charge to nominators and nominees.
No. Honorees are awarded a commemorative award and certificate, and they will be recognized in a Healthcare Heroes Awards exhibit at the NLM, on the NLM website, and in media releases.
First, make sure you have read the Nomination Instructions and have all the documents required for your submission. Then you may begin completing the on-line nomination.
No. After you complete the on-line form, the nomination process concludes when you click the “Submit” button at the bottom of page. Your entry will be submitted to the National Liberty Museum and you will receive an email notification that your nomination has been sent. If you have any questions after submitting your nomination, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
No, all nominations must be submitted online in order to be considered by the judges.
You will receive an email notification once you have successfully submitted the nomination form, including uploading all of the required entry materials.
Unfortunately, we cannot provide updates about nominations. When the final judging is complete, the winners will be notified and an announcement will be made on the NLM website.
Instructions are provided on the nomination form regarding acceptable formats for the various upload fields.
Yes, individual uploads may not exceed ten megabytes.
You can delete a file after uploading it and replace it with another file. However, once you hit the Submit button, the final documents you uploaded will be send to us.
Unfortunately, the NLM is unable to pay for the travel of awardees to the exhibit unveiling. If unable to travel on your own to us, we will work with you on sharing with us a videotaped acceptance of the award for the unveiling event.
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In the next session of our ongoing lecture series by FPRI, our guest is Stuart Eizenstat, Senior Counsel at Covington & Burling LLP. He will discuss his new book, President Carter: The White House Years, which provides an insider perspective on the successes and failures of the Carter Administration. This lecture will be held on May 2 at 6:30pm. Learn more and register day.
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