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Award
2002-12-17
This award is given to recognize outstanding leadership demonstrated by chairs of committees under the Aerospace Council and Air & Space Group. The Award This award, established in 1997, is sponsored by the SAE Aerospace Program office. ...Two awards are given annually: one to an Aerospace Council chair and one to an Air & Space Group chair.
Award
2001-10-18
Outstanding valuable contributions to the work of an SAE Engineering Meetings Board Unusual leadership in the planning of SAE technical sessions or professional development programs Outstanding contributions to SAE Meetings Board committee work in the form of innovation, operation, meeting structure, format development Procedure Each Engineering Meetings Board Group shall establish a Forest R. McFarland Award Nomination Committee annually. SAE Staff Contact: Nori Fought (tel 248-273-2465, eml norif@sae.org
Award
2002-08-09
The Citation This citation, established in 1988, is administered by Engineering Meetings Board Overseas Meetings Group. Reci
Award
2000-10-18
For some time SAE working groups involved in the Environmental Activity and in the development and planning of the Total Life Cycle Conference have believed that there should be recognition for outstanding achievements in the areas of environmental sustainability and life cycle.
Award
2002-08-02
SAE Sid Olsen Engineering Executive of the Year Award Field Proven Products and/or Services Successful Proteges Outstanding Teams Developed Unquestioned Integrity Charismatic Leadership Creation of a Supportive Environment allowing a Customer/Product Focus Deadline for nominations is June 1.
Award
2002-08-28
History of the L. SP 1650LecturerVern Caron, Caron Engineering Inc.TopicCommercial Vehicle Electronics DesignPresented2001 Truck & Bus Meeting & Exhibition & 2002 SAE World CongressSponsorArvinMeritor Inc.ChairKatherine Cockey, GM NA Engineering2000LecturerRonald Ziebell, Oshkosh Truck Corp.Topic'Commercial Use of Military Truck Technology'Presented2000 Truck & Bus Meeting & 2001 SAE World CongressChairMike Essi, Dana Corporation1999LecturerPeter Kanefsky; Valerie A. * No longer available, excep
Award
2002-06-21
SAE's Detroit Section recently established a special award to commemorate the life of industry leader, Gary Dickinson. Dickinson played a major role in the development of A World In Motion: Challenges 2 and 3 for middle school students as the Chairman of the Vision 2000 Advisory Committee. If you would like to submit an application or receive supporting materials for the Gary Dickinson Award for Teaching Excellence, please contact Darlene Geweth, SAE Educational Relations, at (724)772-8513 or em
Award
2002-11-14
Award Description The Sydney H. The award honors the memory and accomplishments of the late Sydney H. Eligibility Requirements Papers will be selected on the merits of their written content. Other Information Submissions should be mailed to SAE and postmarked no later than the conference deadline. Step 1: Session chairs from the SAE Ferrous Committee will evaluate the submitted papers and forward the best papers to the Ferrous Committee chair for further review. The winning paper author receives
Award
2003-04-21
Please complete this form, print it out, and submit it by September of each calendar year to Michele Stefanchik, Administrative Assistant, Engineering Education Board, SAE International, 400 Commonwealth Drive, Warrendale, PA 15096-0001. Read our privacy policy. Nominated byNamePosition/TitleAffiliation/CompanyAddress CityState/ProvinceZip/Postal CodeTelephone NumberFax NumberEmail Signature:_____________________________Significant Contribution 1. How has the significance of the contribution bee
Award
2004-02-18
This award was established to encourage young entrepreneurs in the automotive industry by providing seed funds that would enable them to bring their ideas to fruition. Applicants will be judged on the basis of the creativity, ingenuity and practicality of the entrepreneurial idea and how it will positively impact the automotive industry.
Award
2000-10-18
Environmental Excellence in Transportation (E2T) Award Award Criteria This may be supported by patents, peer reviewed research papers and other accepted indications of original work. that the achievement has demonstrated favorable environmental impact. To support this criteria, the awardee must show what was the state before the innovation and what was the state after the innovation was applied. Accepted environmental impacts are those listed in the ISO 14042 standards. Favorable impacts may be
Award
2001-10-19
Reflecting the firm belief of its donor that engineering educators are the most effective link between engineering students and their future careers, the SAE Ralph R. Besides having the freedom to attend their choice of technical sessions, the SAE Teetor Award participants are invited to attend SAE technical committee meetings, take part in visits to industrial and research facilities, and an awards luncheon. The Teetor Program has been an important part of the SAE service and educational story
Award
2002-11-26
Environmental Excellence in Transportation (E2T) Award Nomination Form Nomination Deadline: December 1 Award Brochure*History of the AwardAward CriteriaAward Categories and DefinitionsReturn FormCategory SponsorsHighlights Developed by the Environmental Excellence in Transportation Award Committee part of the Sustainable Development Program Office (SDPO)Mr. John Connor, E2T Award Committee Chair, Ford Motor CompanyDr. Williams, SDPO Chair, General Motors CorporationDr. Robert J. Kainz, DaimlerCh
Award
2003-01-03
Application Deadline: October 16 The SAE Teetor Program stimulates contacts between engineering educators and practicing engineers in industry and government Reflecting the firm belief of its donor that engineering educators are the most effective link between engineering students and their future careers, the SAE Ralph R. The current decade places greater expectations upon the colleges and universities of the world to educate individuals who must successfully meet the challenges that face socie
Award
2002-12-12
Nomination Deadline: January 1 Description This award provides for an annual lecture that deals with automotive ground vehicles for either on or off-road operation in either commercial or military service. L. Ray Buckendale, 1946 SAE President, by his character and work, endeared himself to all who were associated with him. Sponsorship of the lecture is rotated among companies within the commercial vehicle industry. The Award This award, established in 1953, is administered by the L. Call for Pa
Award
2002-12-17
Russell S. Description The Russell S. To carry out provisions of Mr. Springer's will, the award is made annually by the SAE to the youngest member whose paper, presented at an SAE sponsored technical conference, is published in SAE Literature in the year for which the award is made. The award consists of up to $1,000 in cash and a certificate noting the occasion for and purpose of the award. Rules To ensure uniform procedures in handling the award from year to year, the following rules shall app
Award
2003-01-29
The Clarence L. The SAE Aerospace Council administers this annual award to perpetuate recognition of Mr. This award is made possible through a fund established by the Lockheed Advanced Development Company. The Award This award, established in 1993, is administered by the Aerospace Council of the SAE Technical Standards Board. The criteria for the selection of the award shall include the following: A distinguished career involving significa
Award
2003-01-24
This award annually recognizes the author(s) of the best paper(2) relating to theory or practice in the design or construction of, or research on, aerospace engines, their parts, components, or accessories at a meeting of the Society or its sections during the calendar year. Mr. The Award This award, established in 1928, is administered by the Manly Memorial Board of Award. It consists of a certificate, a bronze medal, and an honorarium and is p
Award
2002-04-11
Harry L. Description This award annually recognizes the author(s) of the best paper(s) relating to the better mutual adaptation of fuels and internal combustion engines presented at a meeting of the Society or any of its sections during any calendar year. The award preserves the memory of the dedication of SAE's 1925 President, Harry L. The Award This award, established in 1938, is administered by the Horning Board of Award. It consists of a certificate and bronze medal and is usually presented
Award
2003-03-14
This award recognizes the accomplishments of an individual to promote the environmental vision of SAE within and outside the Society. It was established to meet the demands of the ever changing environmental challenges that face manufacturers, suppliers and professionals in the global transportation industry.
Award
2000-10-18
A constructor of miniature dynamos and other machinery at 10 and thoroughly versed in all that pertains to their operation, and at 12 the builder of an automobile that carries him about the streets of his native town and far out upon the country roads at a speed of from 18 to 25 miles an hour, is the remarkable record of Ralph Teetor of Hagerstown, Indiana.” The foregoing is quoted from a feature article that appeared in the New York Herald of December, 21, 1902. But retirement did not mean full
Award
2002-12-12
This award honors individuals for outstanding contributions to the field of aerospace engineering and enhances the image of SAE in the aerospace community. The Award This award, established in 1992, is administered by the Aerospace Engineering Leadership Award Board.
Award
2003-01-22
This award provides for an annual lecture dealing with a broad phase of civil air transportation considered of current interest and major importance. The award perpetuates the memory of William Littlewood, the only person ever to be president of both SAE (1954) and the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. The Award This award, established in 1971, is administered by the William Littlewood Memorial Lecture Committee
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