Wallace Waterfall Award - Guidelines
WALLACE WATERFALL AWARD
The Wallace Waterfall Award was established by ASTM Committee E33 on Environmental Acoustics in 1975 for outstanding contributions to standardization in acoustics. This award is presented in memory of Wallace Waterfall, a founding member of Committee C20, predecessor to Committee E33.
RULES GOVERNING THE AWARD
Anyone who, in the opinion of Committee E33, who has contributed significantly to the development, preparation, and acceptance of standards in Acoustics eligible to receive this award.
Recipients shall be selected by the E33 Awards Subcommittee and approved by the E33 Executive according to the approved procedures for the E33 Awards Subcommittee.
This award shall not be presented more than once a year.
FORM OF PRESENTATION
A plaque shall be furnished by ASTM and presented by the Chairman of Committee E33 at a time and place that is suitable for the recipient and the E33 Executive Committee.
FORM OF AWARD
The award is in the form of a walnut shadow box plaque with a black velvet background, with a bronze ASTM logo.
Financing of the award will be the responsibility of Committee E33. There will be no signature on this plaque.
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