Below is a partial list of the honors Dr. John C. Warner has been awarded:

  • “Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition” Congressman John Tierney, 2014.
  • “The Perkin Medal” Chemistry Industry Society 2014
  • “Grace Van DerVoort Lecturship” Sage Colleges, 2013.
  • “The Marple-Schweitzer Lectureship” Northwestern University, 2013
  • “Jean Dreyfus Boissevain Lectureship” Eastern Michigan University, 2013
  • “Henry A. Lardy Distinguished Lectureship”, South Dakota State University, 2013
  • “One of 25 Visionaries Changing the World”, Utne Reader, 2012
  • “Henry Maso Award” Society of Cosmetic Chemistry, 2012
  • “Dow Sustainable Chemistry Lectureship”, Colorado State University, 2012
  • “Fellow of the American Chemical Society” Elected 2011.
  • “Environmental Merit Award” United States Environmental Protection Agency, 2011
  • “GSA Chemistry Lectureship”, University of Cinncinnatti, 2010
  • “One of the Most Influential People in the Chemical Industries” ICIS 2008
  • “Award for Outstanding Leadership” Council of Science Society Presidents, 2008
  • “Honorary Member” Alpha Lambda Delta Freshman’s National Honor Society, 2006
  • “Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring” NSF and President Bush, 2004
  • “Outstanding Environmental Innovation Award” Environmental Business Council of New England, 2004.
  • “College and University Health and Safety Award” ACS Division of Chemical Health and Safety, 2004.
  • “Distinguished Mentoring Service Award” Ronald E. McNair Baccalaureate Achievement Program, 2004.
  • “Outstanding Service to Nursing Award”, Sigma Theta Tao International Honor Society of Nursing, 2004
  • “Distinguished Chemist of the Year”, American Institute of Chemists, New England Chapter, 2002
  • “President’s Public Service Award”, Univesrsity of Massachusetts, 2002
  • “Chancellor’s Distinguished Lecturer”, University of Massachusetts Boston, 2000
  • “Reinventing Government”, National Performance Review, from Vice President Al Gore, 1997.
  • “Metropolitan Boston’s Best and Brightest College Seniors”, Celebrity Magazine, 1984.
  • “John Philip Sousa Award”, Quincy High School, 1980.