This award is presented at various intervals based upon merit and available funds to a student or recent graduate of any academic level who has contributed to the field of cement and concrete technology through development of a proposed standard, research paper, or other completed study that is standards related. The awards were originally established in 1993 and further expanded in 2005 by Committee C09 on Concrete and Concrete Aggregates in honor of Katharine and Bryant Mather, whose leadership, dedication, determination, and technical knowledge exemplified the qualities honored by these awards.
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Not more than one Student Contribution Award shall be made each year.
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