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ASHRAE AWARDS PROGRAM
This publication briefly describes the awards annually conferred by the Society. All awards fall into one of six categories and are listed by category in this publication, as follows: (1) Personal Honors; (2) Personal Awards for General Society Activities; (3) Personal Awards for Specific Society Activities; (4) Paper Awards (5) Society Awards to Groups or Chapters; (6) Chapter/Regional Awards.

Nominations for Personal Honors and Personal Awards for General Society Activities may be made by chapters, regions, committees or individual ASHRAE members. Nominations for Personal Awards for Specific Society Activities and Society Awards to Groups or Chapters are made by the committee which sponsored the award. Recommendations for Paper Awards are made by the Honors and Awards Committee. Nominations for Regional Awards are made by the delegate from the candidates chapter at the Chapters Regional Conference. Nominations must be received at Headquarters no later than December 1 for consideration at the Winter Meeting and by May 1 for the Annual Meeting, in order to allow time for reproduction and distribution to the Honors and Awards Committee. When feasible, exceptions may be made for nominations submitted through a CRC.

HOW TO NOMINATE
Nominations for Personal Honors and Personal Awards for General Society Activities must include a letter of nomination from a sponsor (chapter, region, committee or ASHRAE member) and a current, detailed biography that clearly addresses specific contributions. Nominations for Regional Awards must include a biographical record of the service rendered and the year of accomplishment. The Society biography will be the primary basis of consideration for any award. Biographical Record Forms are available from ASHRAE Headquarters and nomination deadlines are listed in this publication. All nominations should be sent to the following address:
ASHRAE
Attention: Honors and Awards Committee
1791 Tullie Circle, N.E.
Atlanta, GA 30329-2305

PERSONAL 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. Recipients of this award include Willis H. Carrier, F. Paul Anderson and Francis W. Hutchinson.

  • Recognition is in the form of a plaque and crystal award for the family, including transportation to the Annual Meeting and one nights lodging; a permanent listing with the recipients accomplishments will be on display at Society headquarters as well

  • Maximum of two may be awarded per year

  • Deadline for nomination: December 1

F. Paul Anderson Award
This award, named in honor of F. Paul Anderson, 1927-28 President of the American Society of Heating and Ventilating Engineers, is the Society's highest award. This award honors members for notable achievement, outstanding work or service in any field of the Society. Accomplishments should include exceptional leadership in the HVAC&R industry, ASHRAE, and society. Broad-based activities of outstanding value in consulting, contracting, engineering, design, and related activity within ASHRAE are desired. Previous recipients of this award include Willis Carrier, Sam Lewis, Carl Ashley and Donald Krocker.

  • Recognition is in the form of a medallion, plaque, and transportation, if not otherwise reimbursed by the Society

  • One awarded per year

  •  Deadline for nomination: December 1

Louise and Bill Holladay Distinguished Fellow Award
This award honors Fellows of the Society for continuing preeminence in engineering or research work.

  • Recognition is in the form of a medallion, plaque, and transportation, if not otherwise reimbursed by the Society

  • One awarded per year

  • Deadline for nomination: May 1

Fellow
ASHRAE members who have attained distinction in the fields of heating, refrigeration, air conditioning, ventilation or the allied arts and sciences through invention, research, teaching, design, original work, or as an engineering executive on projects of unusual or important scope. The individual must have made substantial contributions and have been a full grade member in good standing for at least ten years prior to the date of their election.

  • Recognition is in the form of a medallion, plaque, and lapel pin

  • No limit on number awarded per year

  • Deadline for nomination: December 1

Andrew T. Boggs Service Award
This award, named after Andrew T. Boggs, former ASHRAE Executive Vice President, recognizes past recipients of the Distinguished Service Award for continuing, unselfish, dedicated and distinguished service to the Society.

  • Recognition is in the form of a medallion, plaque, and transportation, if not otherwise reimbursed by the Society

  • One awarded per year

  • Deadline for nomination: May 1

ASHRAE-Alco Medal for Distinguished Public Service
This award recognizes ASHRAE members who have performed outstanding public service in their community, and in doing so, have helped to improve the public image of the engineer.

  • Recognition is in the form of a medallion, plaque, and transportation, if not otherwise reimbursed by the Society

  • One awarded per year

  • Deadline for nomination: December 1

E.K.Campbell Award of Merit
This award honors an individual for outstanding service and achievement in teaching.

  • Recognition is in the form of a $3,000 honorarium, medallion and plaque

  • One awarded per year

  • Recommended by Life Members Club

Honorary Member
Honorary Member status is granted to individuals in recognition of preeminent professional distinction without regard to whether the individual is or has been a member of the Society. Previous recipients include Milton Eisenhower and Herbert Hoover.

  • Recognition is in the form of a medallion and plaque

  • Maximum of three may be awarded per year

  • Deadline for nomination: December 1

PERSONAL AWARDS FOR GENERAL SOCIETY ACTIVITIES
Distinguished Fifty-Year Member Award
This 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.

  • Recognition is in the form of a plaque and lapel pin

  • No limit on number awarded per year

  • Deadline for nomination: May 1

Exceptional Service Award
This 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 years and be a past recipient of the Distinguished Service Award.

  • Recognition is in the form of a plaque and lapel pin

  • Twenty awarded per year

  • Deadline for nomination: May 1

Distinguished Service Award
This 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).

  • Recognition is in the form of a plaque and lapel pin

  • No limit on number awarded per year

  • Deadline for nomination: May 1

PERSONAL AWARDS FOR SPECIFIC SOCIETY ACTIVITIES
Lincoln Bouillon Award
This award recognizes a member who performs the most outstanding work in increasing the membership of the Society during the course of the year.

  • Recognition is in the form of a plaque, lapel pin, and transportation, if not otherwise reimbursed by the Society

  • One awarded per year

  • Recommended by Membership Promotion Committee

William J.Collins, Jr. Resource Promotion Award
This award recognizes the Chapter Resource Promotion Chair who excels in raising funds for ASHRAE research during the course of the year.

  • Recognition is in the form of a plaque, medallion, lapel pin, and transportation, if not otherwise reimbursed by the Society

  • One awarded per year

  • Recommended by Resource Promotion Committee

Homer Addams Award
This 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.

  • Recognition is in the form of a $1,500 honorarium, plaque and lapel pin

  • One awarded per year

  • Recommended by Research Administration Committee

Ralph G. Nevins Physiology and Human Environment Award
This award recognizes an individual for significant accomplishment in the general area of man's response to the environment, which may include thermal, moisture, visual, acoustical, toxic, allergic, olfactory, vibrational and microbiological effects on man's health, comfort and well-being.

  • Recognition is in the form of a $500 honorarium, plaque and lapel pin

  • One awarded per year

  • Recommended by TC 2.1 (Physiology and Human Environment)

John F. James International Award
This award recognizes an ASHRAE member who has done the most to enhance the Society's international presence or posture.

  • Recognition is in the form of a plaque, lapel pin, and transportation, if not otherwise reimbursed by the Society

  • One awarded per year

  • Recommended by Regions Council

Milton W. Garland Commemorative Refrigeration Award for Project Excellence
This award recognizes the designer and owner of a non-comfort cooling refrigeration application that highlights innovation and/or new technologies.

  • Recognition is in the form of a plaque for the designer and owner, medallion, lapel pin, and transportation, if not otherwise reimbursed by the Society

  • One awarded per year

  • Recommended by Refrigeration Committee

Standards Achievement Award
This award recognizes excellence in volunteer service for developing standards guidelines.

  • Recognition is in the form of a plaque, lapel pin, and transportation, if not otherwise reimbursed by the Society

  • One awarded per year

  • Recommended by Standards Committee

Dan Mills Technical Award
This award recognizes a Chapter TEGA Chairman who excels in meeting TEGA goals in technical, energy and government activities.

  • Recognition is in the form of a plaque, lapel pin, and transportation, if not otherwise reimbursed by the Society

  • One awarded per year

  • Recommended by Technical, Energy and Government Activities Committee

  • More Information about Dan Mills Techncial Award

Student Activities Achievement Award
This award recognizes a Chapter Student Activities Chairman for service related to the goals and growth of student activities at all levels.

  • Recognition is in the form of a plaque, lapel pin, and transportation, if not otherwise reimbursed by the Society

  • One awarded per year

  • Recommended by Student Activities Committee

Lou Flagg Historical Gold Ribbon Award
This award recognizes a Chapter Gold Ribbon Award winner for compiling information on outstanding historical projects or persons related to HVAC&R.

  • Recognition is in the form of a plaque, lapel pin, and transportation, if not otherwise reimbursed by the Society

  • One awarded per year

  • Recommended by Historical Committee

PAPER AWARDS
Crosby Field Award
This award is for the highest rated paper presented before a technical session or symposium at a Society meeting for the year.

  • Recognition is in the form of a $750 honorarium and plaque

  • One awarded per year

  • Selection is based on paper review scoring by ASHRAE Program Committee

Willis H. Carrier Award
This award is for the best published paper of outstanding quality presented at a Society meeting by a member of any grade who was 32 years of age or less at the time of presentation of the paper.

  • Recognition is in the form of $500 honorarium and plaque

  • One awarded per year

  • Selection is based on paper review scoring by ASHRAE Program Committee

Technical and Symposium Paper Award
This award is for the best technical and symposium papers presented at a Society meeting for the year.

  • Recognition is in the form of a $500 honorarium and plaque

  • Four awarded per year

  • Selection is based on paper review scoring by ASHRAE Program Committee

Journal Paper Award
This award is for the best article published in the ASHRAE Journal for the year.

  • Recognition is in the form of a $500 honorarium and plaque

  • One awarded per year

  • Recommended by Journal Committee

Poster Presentation Award
This award is for the best Poster Session Paper from each Annual and Winter Meeting.

  • Recognition is in the form of a $500 honorarium and plaque

  • Two awarded per year

  • Selection is based on paper review scoring by ASHRAE Program Committee.

  • Recognition is in the form of a $500 honorarium and plaque

  • Two awarded per year

  • Selection is based on paper review scoring by ASHRAE Program Committee

SOCIETY AWARDS TO GROUPS OR CHAPTERS
Technology Award
The ASHRAE Technology Awards program recognizes, on an international scale, successful applications of innovative design, which incorporate ASHRAE standards for effective energy management, indoor air quality, and mechanical design management technology.

  • Recognition is in the form of a plaque

  • Award is given in seven categories with up to three awards in each category

  • Recommended by the Technical, Energy and Government Activities Committee

  • More Information About Technology Award

Student Design Project Competition
This award recognizes undergraduate students who have completed design projects based on the topics prescribed in the current years competition brochure. Design teams compete in one or more of the following categories: Architectural Systems Design, HVAC Systems Design, or Primary Equipment Systems Design.

  • First place teams each receive a plaque and $1,500, plus a team representative receives transportation to the ASHRAE Winter Meeting, two nights lodging and up to $100 for expenses. A representative from each second place team receives transportation to the ASHRAE Winter Meeting, two nights lodging, and up to $100 for expenses.

  • Three first prizes and three second prizes awarded each year

  • Recommended by the Student Activities Committee

Government Activities Award
This award recognizes an ASHRAE chapter for outstanding effort and achievement in state, provincial, and local government activities in connection with technical issues related to the activities of the Society.

CHAPTER/REGIONAL AWARDS
Regional Award of Merit and Chapter Service Award
Both awards recognize activities and contributions of members at the regional and chapter level. Ten (10) points are required for the Regional Award of Merit; 15 points are required for the Chapter Service Award.

  • Recognition is in the form of a certificate

  • Nominations are made by delegate from candidates chapter at the CRC

  • Regional Award of Merit Three awarded per year in each region

  • Chapter Service Award Two awards per year in each chapter.rd
    Government Activities Committee

  • More Information About Technology Award

Student Design Project Competition
This award recognizes undergraduate students who have completed design projects based on the topics prescribed in the current years competition brochure. Design teams compete in one or more of the following categories: Architectural Systems Design, HVAC Systems Design, or Primary Equipment Systems Design.

  • First place teams each receive a plaque and $1,500, plus a team representative receives transportation to the ASHRAE Winter Meeting, two nights lodging and up to $100 for expenses. A representative from each second place team receives transportation to the ASHRAE Winter Meeting, two nights lodging, and up to $100 for expenses.

  • Three first prizes and three second prizes awarded each year

  • Recommended by the Student Activities Committee

Government Activities Award
This award recognizes an ASHRAE chapter for outstanding effort and achievement in state, provincial, and local government activities in connection with technical issues related to the activities of the Society.

CHAPTER/REGIONAL AWARDS
Regional Award of Merit and Chapter Service Award
Both awards recognize activities and contributions of members at the regional and chapter level. Ten (10) points are required for the Regional Award of Merit; 15 points are required for the Chapter Service Award.

  • Recognition is in the form of a certificate

  • Nominations are made by delegate from candidates chapter at the CRC

  • Regional Award of Merit Three awarded per year in each region

  • Chapter Service Award Two awards per year in each chapter.

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