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To: The Nominator(s)
From: ASME Committee on Honors (COH)
The honors bestowed by the Society on its members are an important and valuable method of showing appreciation for outstanding contributions made toward increasing technical knowledge, improving understanding, or achieving noteworthy engineering application. The effort by the nominator in documenting the nominee's attainments particular to the award is therefore extremely important. It is through your efforts that members are brought to the attention of the Society for consideration for the various awards. The COH understands and appreciates the amount of work required and is deeply grateful to you for your service to the Society and the mechanical engineering profession.
Any individual member or committee may nominate candidates for any Society honor or award or any Joint Award, except individual voting members of the Board of Governors, Committee on Honors, or General Awards Committee, and other committees which sit in judgment on the nominations. A nomination by a non-member is referred to the proper ASME body for Action.
The attached form describes the information required for submitting nominations for the achievement awards of the Society. While preparing the nomination package, please remember that the judges of your nominee(s) base their decisions on the facts which you supply. Therefore, please be sure to substantiate the appropriate items.
If you are recommending a resubmitted nomination, please ensure that the nomination is current as possible, but no more than three years old.
For award requirements, deadlines, etc., to go:

http://www.asme.org/about-asme/honors-awards/general-information/list-of-all-society-awards


ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS

ASME Medal

Adaptive Structures and Material Systems Award

Allan Kraus Thermal Management Medal



Barnett-Uzgiris Product Safety Award

Bergles-Rohsenow Young Investigator Award in Heat Transfer

Per Bruel Gold Medal for Noise Control and Acoustics

Daniel C. Drucker Medal

Thomas A. Edison Patent Award

William T. Ennor Manufacturing Technology Award

Fluids Engineering Award

Henry Laurence Gantt Medal

Melvin R. Green Codes & Standards Medal

J.P. Den Hartog Award

Heat Transfer Memorial Award

Mayo D. Hersey Award

Patrick J. Higgins Medal

Holley Medal

Soichiro Honda Medal

Honorary Member

J.P. Den Hartog Award

Internal Combustion Engine Award

Warner T. Koiter Medal

Robert E. Koski Medal

Frank Kreith Energy Award

James N. Landis Medal

Bernard F. Langer Nuclear Codes & Standards Award

H.R. Lissner Medal

Machine Design Award

McDonald Mentoring Award

M. Eugene Merchant Manufacturing Medal of ASME/SME

Milton C. Shaw Manufacturing Research Award

Van C. Mow Medal

Nadai Medal

Sia Nemat-Nasser Early Career Award

Burt L. Newkirk Award

Rufus Oldenburger Medal

Performance Test Codes Medal

Marshall B. Peterson Award

James Harry Potter Gold Medal

S.Y. Zamrik Pressure Vessel & Piping Medal

Dixy Lee Ray Award

Ralph Coats Roe Medal

Safety Codes & Standard Medal

Savio L-Y. Translational Biomechanics

Medal


R. Tom Sawyer Award

Ruth & Joel Spira Outstanding Design Educator Award

Spirit of St. Louis Medal

J. Hall Taylor Medal


Robert Henry Thurston Lecture Award

Timoshenko Medal

Yeram S. Touloukian Award

George Westinghouse Medals



Henry R. Worthington Medal


The following awards have special nomination requirements and nomination forms:
Edwin F. Church Medal Pi Tau Sigma Gold Medal

Dedicated Service Award Charles Russ Richards Memorial Award

Ben C. Sparks Medal Y.C. Fung Young Investigator Award

Outstanding Student Section Advisor Award Gustus L. Larson Memorial Award

Frank von Flue Award (Individual) C.T. Main Student Leadership Award

Frank Von Flue Award (Corporate) Old Guard Early Career Award

Arthur L. Williston Medal


ASME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD NOMINATION FORM


1. NAME OF AWARD:
2. DATE: Give the date the nomination is sent to ASME Headquarters.
3. NOMINEE/AUTHOR: Give full name, ASME membership grade, position held, address.
4. CITATION: Give a 35-40 word summary of nominee’s qualifications.
Remarks: The citation is the heart of the NOMINATION. It lists the nominee’s achievements, which must be supported in the statement of qualifications that follow.
The citation should attract the interest of the members of the review committee. It should be substantially different from awards received.
5. LIST PRIOR AWARDS RECEIVED FROM ASME.
A high degree of overlap between prior awards and new awards should be avoided since an individual can only receive one honor in recognition for the same body of work.
6. NOMINATORS: nominators and supporters should focus only on the achievements and recognitions related to the specific award. It is not a good idea to dwell on the totality of contributions because (i) it may not be necessary, and (ii) it may create problems for future award nominations when incremental or additional contributions are evaluated.
List names and committee connections. Also give professional and business connections of nominators.
Remarks: To avoid potential conflicts of interest, participation of nominators and references that have a monetary relationship with, or are immediate superiors of, a nominee is strongly discouraged.
7. REFERENCES: Submit reference letters from at least four, but not more than five, references well acquainted with the nominee’s qualifications as they relate to the requirements of the award. The nominator must provide a reference letter.
Remarks: At least two of the reference letters must be members of ASME and no more than one should come from the nominee’s organization. To avoid potential conflicts of interest, participation of nominators and references that have a monetary relationship with, or are immediate superiors of, a nominee is strongly discouraged. If the nominators are close professional or business associates of the nominee, make sure that the references include names of those outside the immediate associates of the nominee.
8. QUALIFICATIONS: Give complete statements of the specific ways in which the nominee meets the requirements for the honor. Please remember that the judges of your nominee have nothing on which to base their judgment except the facts in your NOMINATION. The statement of qualifications should be a narrative summary with heavy emphasis on the accomplishments that make the nominee worthy of the honor. It should be readable from the first word to the last, written in the active voice. It should be clear and succinct, yet complete.
In some cases, the statement of qualifications may be written around the chronological steps in a nominee’s career. Such a treatment permits a simpler biographical statement required in item #11.

Frequently, publications or patents of the nominee provide important facts about the nominee’s achievements and may be brought into the argument in this section of the nomination rather than separately under publications and patents below.




9. PUBLICATIONS: List no more than 15 in approximate order of significance and comment on the most important up to a maximum of 5.
The books and articles written by the nominee are frequently his/her only visible output. A chronological list of fifty or one hundred books and papers produced by the nominee may frequently have little relation to the achievements of the nominee. The purpose of the Committee on Honors in requesting a list of only 15 publications and having comments on a maximum of 5 is to require the nominator to point to those publications which support the nominee’s achievements and establish the claim to the honor for which he/she is nominated. As stated above, the quoting of publications to substantiate the nominee’s achievements may best be handled under Qualifications, leaving under Publications only a short statement about the number of publications produced and giving a general listing of the subjects covered.
10. U.S. AND FOREIGN PATENTS: List no more than 15 in approximate order of significance and comment on the most important up to a maximum of 5, using the same procedures described for publications.

11. BRIEF BIOGRAPHY: Give birth date, education, positions held, honors, ASME activities and participation in other engineering societies.

In listing positions held, include directorships of civic activities and industrial corporations. For a nominee having many honors, those honors should be included that support the achievements for which the individual is being nominated.


Except for the Melville Medal, an individual will receive only one honor in recognition of the same achievement. The receipt of one ASME honor shall not bar the recipient from another ASME honor provided it is for a different accomplishment.
Please click here for more details on the various awards’ criteria and limitations






NOMINATION FOR ASME SOCIETY ACHIEVEMENT AWARD






1.
NAME OF AWARD










2.

DATES

Submitted





Received




(To be filled in by ASME)


3.
FULL NAME OF NOMINEE(S)










ASME Membership or Grade of Nominee







Date of Birth







Nominee(s) Current Position







Nominee(s) Address




(Indicate whether home or business)





















4. CITATION/TITLE (35 40 word summary of nominee's qualifications. A high degree of overlap between prior awards and new awards should be avoided since an individual can only receive one honor in recognition for the same achievement.
















5. LIST PRIOR AWARDS RECEIVED FROM ASME















6. NOMINATOR(S) (Name(s), ASME committee connections, professional acquaintanceships)















7. NOMINATOR E-MAIL:_______________________________________________________________________________


8 REFERENCES (Names and addresses of the four or five individuals acquainted with nominee's qualifications and requirements of the award who have written the attached letters. Please be advised that the Committee will not consider more than five reference letters). The nominator must provide a reference letter.




At least two of the reference letters must be members of ASME and no more than one should come from the nominee’s organization.
















9. QUALIFICATIONS: Give complete statements of the specific ways in which the nominee meets the requirements for the honor. Be sure to support all claims made on the individual's accomplishments.

10. PUBLICATIONS: List no more than 15 in approximate order of significance and comment on the most important up to a maximum of 5. Please cite those publications, which specifically support the nominee’s achievements and establish a claim to the honor for which the individual is nominated. If there are no publications, please so indicate.

11. PATENTS: List no more than 15 in approximate order of significance and comment on the most important up to a maximum of 5. As with the publications, please cite those patents, which specifically support the nominee's achievements and establish a claim to the honor for which the individual is nominated. In the event that the nominee holds no patents, please so indicate.



12. BRIEF BIOGRAPHY: Give birth date, education, positions held, honors, ASME activities, and participation in other engineering societies. In listing positions held, include directorships of civic activities and industrial corporations. For a nominee having many honors, those honors should be included that support the achievements for which the individual is being nominated.


01/25/16



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