ASHRAE Honors and Awards Committee Honors and Awards Program
ASHRAE Honors andAwards Program • ASHRAE Honors and Awards Committee • Awards are conferred annually in six categories • Personal Honors • Personal Awards for General Society Activities • Personal Awards for Specific Society Activities • Paper Awards • Society Awards to Groups or Chapters • Chapter and Regional Awards
Who Can Make Nominations? • Personal Honors & Awards for General Society Activities • Chapters, regions, committees or individual ASHRAE members • Personal Awards for Specific Society Activities and Society Awards to Groups or Chapters • Committee/Council sponsoring the award • Paper Awards • Committee sponsoring the award • Regional and Chapter Awards • Delegate from a candidate’s chapter at the Chapters Regional Conference (CRC)
Personal Honors • ASHRAE Honors and Awards Program • ASHRAE Hall of Fame • ASHRAE Pioneers of the Industry • F. Paul Anderson Award • Louise and Bill Holladay Distinguished Fellow Award • ASHRAE Fellow • Andrew T. Boggs Service Award • ASHRAE Award for Distinguished Public • Service • E.K. Campbell Award of Merit • Honorary Member
ASHRAE H&A ProgramPersonal Honors • ASHRAE Hall of Fame • This award honors deceased members who have made milestone contributions to the growth of ASHRAE-related technology. Individuals inducted into the Hall of Fame must have been an ASHRAE member (any grade) or a member of a predecessor Society and must have shown evidence of distinction in the Society, either technically or academically. • ASHRAE Pioneers of the Industry • This award honors deceased individuals who have made milestone contributions to the growth of Air Conditioning, Heating, Refrigeration, and/or Ventilation. Individuals inducted into the Pioneers of the Industry must have shown evidence of distinction, either technically for academically. Nomination Deadline for both: December 1
ASHRAE H&A ProgramPersonal Honors • Paul Anderson Award • This award, name in honor of F. Paul Anderson, 1927- 28 President of the American Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers, is the Society’s highest award. It honors members for notable achievement, outstanding work or service in any field of the Society. • Nomination Deadline: December 1 • Louise and Bill Holladay Distinguished Fellow Award • This award honors Fellows of the Society for continuing preeminence in engineering or research work. • Nomination Deadline: May 1 • Fellow • Fellow grade honors a member who has attained distinction in the arts relating to the sciences of heating, refrigeration, air conditioning, or ventilation or the allied arts and sciences, or the teaching of major courses in said arts and sciences or who by reason of invention, research, teaching, design, original work, or as an engineering executive on projects of unusual or important scope, has made substantial contribution to said arts and sciences, and has been a full grade member in good standing for at least 10 years prior to the date of election by the Board of Directors. • Nomination Deadline: December 1
ASHRAE H&A ProgramPersonal Honors • Andrew T. Boggs Service Award • This award , named after Andrew T. Boggs, former ASHRAE Executive Vice President, recognizes past recipients of the Exceptional Service Award for continuing, unselfish, dedicated and distinguished service to the Society. • Nomination Deadline: May 1 • ASHRAE Award for Distinguished Public Service • This award recognizes ASHRAE members who have performed outstanding public service. • Nomination Deadline: December 1 • Honorary Member • This award recognizes preeminent professional distinction without regard to whether the individual is or has been a member of the Society. Previous recipients include Milton Stover Eisenhower (President of KSU, PSU & JHU) and President Herbert Hoover. • Nomination Deadline: December 1
ASHRAE H&A ProgramPersonal Honors • E.K. Campbell Award of Merit • This award honors an individual for outstanding service and achievement in teaching and/or research in subject relating to the industry and professions represented by ASHRAE. The final candidate is recommended by the Life Members Club.
ASHRAE H&A ProgramPersonal Awards For General Society Activities • Distinguished 50 Year Member Award • Recognizes individuals who have been ASHRAE members for a minimum of fifty years, and were a past Society President, a Fellow, recipient of the Distinguished Service Award, or otherwise performed outstanding service for the Society. • Exceptional Service Award • Recognizes members who have served the Society faithfully and with exemplary effort, far in excess of that required for the Distinguished Service award (45 service points are required). The individual must have been a full grade Member for a minimum of ten (10) years and a past recipient of the Distinguished Service Award. • Distinguished Service Award • Recognizes members of ASHRAE who have served the Society faithfully and with distinction on committees or otherwise given freely of their time and talent on behalf of the Society (15 service points are required).
ASHRAE H&A ProgramPersonal Awards For Specific Society Activities • Lincoln Bouillon Award • Recognizes a member who performs the most outstanding work in increasing the membership of the Society during the course of the year • William J. Collins, Jr. RP Award • Recognizes the Chapter RP Chair who excels in all activities supporting the campaign, including raising funds for all Society programs and promoting research at the chapter level. • Homer Addams Award • Recognizes a graduate student who has been engaged in an ASHRAE research project at a university that has graduate programs in the areas of heating, ventilation and air conditioning, and has achieved a high standard of performance in this work • Ralph G. Nevins Physiology and Human Environment Award • Recognizes an individual under 40 year of age for significant accomplishment in the general area of man’s response to the environment. • John F. James International Award • Recognizes an ASHRAE member who has done the most to enhance the Society’s international presence or posture
ASHRAE H&A ProgramPersonal Awards For Specific Society Activities • Milton W. Garland Commemorative Refrigeration Award for Project Excellence • This award recognizes the designer and owner of a non-comfort refrigeration application that highlights innovation and/or new technologies. • Standards Achievement Award • This award recognizes excellence by an ASHRAE member in his/her volunteer service in the area of standards leadership and standards technical contributions • Dan Mills Technical Award • This Award was created to honor the memory of Dan Mills of the ASHRAE Memphis Tennessee Chapter. It recognizes the Chapter Technology Transfer Committee member who excels in promoting technical and energy activities. • Student Activities Achievement Award • This award recognizes a Chapter Student Activities Chair for service related to the goals and growth of student activities at all levels.
ASHRAE H&A ProgramPersonal Awards For Specific Society Activities • Lou Flagg Historical Award • Recognizes a Chapter Gold Ribbon Award winner for compiling information on outstanding historical projects or persons related to HVAC&R. • Chapter Program Star Award • Recognizes excellence in chapter program endeavors. • George B. Hightower Technical Achievement Award • This award recognizes excellence in volunteer service in the area of Technical Committee, Technical Group, and Technical Research Group activities excluding research and standards. • Service to ASHRAE Research Award • This award recognizes excellence in volunteer service in the area of Society research. • Environmental Health Award • This award recognizes excellence in volunteer service focused on environmental health issues. • Refrigeration Comfort Cooling Award for Project Excellence • Recognizes excellence in comfort cooling applications.
ASHRAE H&A ProgramPersonal Awards For Specific Society Activities • Refrigeration “R in ASHRAE” Award • This award recognizes exceptional performance by a Chapter Refrigeration Chair for planning activities and providing technology transfer on the subject of refrigeration. • Young Engineer in ASHRAE (YEA) Award of Individual Excellence • This award recognizes YEA member (s) for superior efforts during the preceding Society year in the promotion of the YEA Institute and representation of the 35 and under demographic of ASHRAE . • Youth Outreach Award • This award recognizes the outstanding effort of a member who actively engages a youth audience in their country, region, or local community through science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) activities.
ASHRAE H& A ProgramSociety Awards To Groups or Chapters • Technology Award/Award for Engineering Excellence • Recognizes successful application of innovative design which incorporate ASHRAE standards for effective energy management, indoor air quality, and mechanical design management. • Student Design Project Competition • Recognizes outstanding student design projects, promotes teamwork, and encourages students to become involved in the dynamic HVAC&R profession. • Government Activities Award • Recognizes an individual who demonstrates outstanding effort at the state, provincial, and local government level on technical issues important to ASHRAE.
ASHRAE H&A Program Paper Awards • Crosby Field Award • Recognizes highest ranked paper for Society year • Willis H. Carrier Award • Recognizes best paper by a member 32 years old or less • Technical Paper Award • Recognizes best technical papers presented at Society meetings • Poster Presentation Award • Recognizes best Poster Session Paper from the Annual and Winter Society Meetings • Journal Paper Award • Recognizes the best article published in the ASHRAE Journal for the year • HVAC&R Research Best Paper Award • Recognizes the best refereed paper published in the volume year of HVAC&R Research, the ASHRAE Research Journal, preceding the ASHRAE Winter Conference
ASHRAE H&A Program Chapter and Regional Awards Regional Award of Merit and Chapter Service Award • Recognize activities and contributions at the regional and chapter level • Ten (10) service points are required for the Regional Award of Merit. Twelve (12) points are required for the Chapter Service Award • Nominations are made by delegate from candidate’s chapter at the Chapters Regional Conference (CRC)
ASHRAE Honors and Awards Program Where To Get More Information • H&A Web Page • www.ashrae.org/honors • Honors and Awards Committee Staff Liaison • (firstname.lastname@example.org)