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May 21st, 2009

Call for Award Nominations

The
Electronics Division, the Glass & Optical Materials Division and
the Ceramic Educational Council invite nominations for awards to be
presented at the ACerS 111th Annual Meeting, combined with MS&T, in
Pittsburgh, Pa., Oct. 25-29, 2009. Detailed nomination criteria can be
found on the ACerS website.


  • Edward C. Henry Award
    Nomination deadline – July 10.
    The Electronics Division annually gives the Henry Award to an outstanding paper reporting original work in the Journal of the American Ceramic Society or the Bulletin.
    Nominations are for the best paper published in calendar year 2008 on a
    subject related to electronic ceramics. The author(s) will be presented
    with a plaque and $500.

  • Lewis C. Hoffman Scholarship
    Nomination deadline – July 10.
    The
    $2,000 Hoffman Scholarship is awarded by the ED to a junior-year
    undergraduate student in ceramics/materials science and engineering to
    encourage academic interest and excellence. Applicants are required to
    write a 500-word essay on the topic “Electronic Ceramics for Electrical
    Energy Storage Applications.”

  • Alfred R. Cooper Scholars Award
    Nomination deadline – July 10.
    The
    Cooper Award, sponsored by GOMD, is to encourage and recognize
    undergraduate students who have demonstrated excellence in research in
    glass science or technology. A research report and essay by the student
    are part of the nomination requirements. The award recipient will
    receive a plaque, a check for $500 and up to $500 to offset travel
    costs to the meeting.

  • Outstanding Educator Award
    Nomination deadline – May 15.
    The
    award is given by the CEC to recognize outstanding work and creativity
    in teaching, in directing student research or in the general
    educational process (lectures, publications, etc.) of ceramic
    educators. Any individual or group may make a nomination. A personal
    history and three-page description of teaching efforts and consequences
    of this work will be used for the judging.

Questions regarding the nominations should be sent to Marcia Stout at mstout@ceramics.org.


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