Euverard Innovation Award - Guidelines
EUVERARD INNOVATION AWARD
This award was established in 1993 by the D01 Executive Subcommittee. The award was established to commemorate such innovations made by Maynard R. Euverard (1917-1992) of the Paul N. Gardner Company, Inc. in the development of innovative test devices used in standards developed under the jurisdiction of Committee D01.
The Euverard Innovation Award is presented not more than once a year to a member of Committee D01 who has developed an innovative test apparatus or technique or demonstrated sustained technical competence in the development of standards under the jurisdiction of Committee D01.
RULES GOVERNING THE AWARD
- The award will be administered by Subcommittee D01.94 on Awards and Memorials. It shall be awarded not more frequently man once a year.
- Nominations for the award may be made by any D01 member; the nominees are limited to D01 membership.
- Each nomination shall include a statement justifying the consideration of the nominee for the award and specifying the test apparatus or technique that the nominee has either developed or been instrumental in incorporating into a D01 standard.
- Nominations shall be in writing and furnished to the Chairman of D01.94, Subcommittee on Awards and Memorials, preferably during the January meeting of each year.
The Euverard Innovation Award shall be commemorated with a wall plaque installed at ASTM Headquarters, with the name of the recipients of the award. Each recipient of the Euverard Innovation Award shall receive a personal hand plaque with the following inscription:
COMMITTEE D0l ON PAINT AND RELATED COATINGS, MATERIALS, AND APPLICATIONS
EUVERARD INNOVATION AWARD
This award was established by Committee D0l in 1995 in honor of Mr. Maynard Euverard of the Paul N. Gardner Co., and is given in recognition of the development of an innovative test apparatus or technique used in the advancement of a standard under the jurisdiction of Committee D0l.
This award is presented to
DATE CHAIRMAN, COMMITTEE D0l
A generous endowment of $5,000.00 was given to Committee D0l the Paul N. Gardner Company, Inc. for this award. As of June 1994, the fund contained $5,000 and the present goal of D0l is to cause this fund to be sustained at approximately $5,000.00. D0l plans to expend approximately $100.00 for the plaque to be maintained in ASTM Headquarters. By maintaining $5,000 in the fund, it should accrue at least $300.00 per year, resulting in this money being available for the personal award and honorarium on a yearly basis.
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