16 www.ceramics.org | American Ceramic Society Bulletin, Vol. 100, No. 8 Celebrating 100 years acers spotlight more AWARDS AND DEADLINES Society Awards Description Karl Schwartzwalder- Recognizes an outstanding young ceramic engineer whose achievements have Professional Achieve- been significant to the profession. A nominee must be between 21 and 40 years of ment in Ceramic Engi- age, and must be a member of EPDC and ACerS. neering Award Robert L. Coble Award Recognizes an outstanding scientist who is conducting research in academia, in for Young Scholars industry or at a government laboratory. Candidates must be an ACerS member and must be 35 years old or younger. Du-Co Ceramics Awarded to a young professional member of ACerS who demonstrates exceptional Young Professional leadership and service to ACerS. Award Frontiers of Science Given each year by a nationally or internationally recognized individual in the area of and Society - Rustum science, industry, or government. Generally the committee selects the lecturer, but Roy Lecture suggestions from membership are invited. Edward Orton, Jr. Selection is based on scholarly attainments in ceramics or a related field. Generally the Memorial Lecturer committee selects the lecturer, but suggestions from membership are invited. Arthur L. Friedberg Given to an individual who has made outstanding contributions to ceramic engineering Ceramic Engineering that relate to the processing or manufacturing of ceramic products. The awardee must Tutorial and Lecture be a member of EPDC and ACerS. Robert B. Sosman Awarded by the Basic Science Division in recognition of outstanding achievement in Award basic science that results in a significant impact to the field of ceramics. John E. Marquis Given by ACerS Manufacturing Division to the author(s) of the paper on research, Memorial Award engineering, or plant practices relating to manufacturing in ceramics and glass published in the prior calendar year in a publication of the Society, which is judged to be of greatest value to the members and to the industry. The Navrotsky Award Awarded biennially to an author who made the most innovative contribution to for Experimental experimental thermodynamics of solids technical literature during the two calendar Thermodynamics years prior to selection. of Solids Ross Coffin Purdy Given to the author(s) who made the most valuable contribution to ceramic technical Award literature during the calendar year two years prior to the year of selection. The 2022 Purdy award is for the best paper published in 2020. Richard and Patricia Given to the author(s) who made the most valuable contribution to phase stability relation- Spriggs Phase ships in ceramic-based systems literature during the previous calendar year (2021). Equilibria Award Education and Recognizes outstanding work and creativity in teaching, in directing student research, or Professional Deve- in the general educational process (e.g., lectures, publications) of ceramic educators. lopment Council Outstanding Educator Award Morgan Medal and Recognizes a distinguished doctoral dissertation in the ceramics and glass discipline. Global Distinguished Doctoral Dissertation Award The Anna O. Shepard Presented by ACerS Art, Archaeology & Conservation Science Division to an individual(s), Award this award recognizes outstanding contributions to materials science applied to art, archaeology, architecture, or cultural heritage.
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