FRANK W REINHART AWARD
The Frank W. Reinhart Award is presented not more frequently than once a year to a technical committee, a subcommittee thereof, or a member of the Society who has made outstanding and unusual contribution to the Society in the area of terminology standardization.
The Award, established in 1981, honors Dr. Frank W. Reinhart, long active in ASTM terminology work. Dr. Reinhart exemplified the intent of the award citation through his dedication to the use of correct and appropriate technical terminology in ASTM standards, both as a member of former ASTM Committee E08 on Nomenclature and Definitions, and as its Chairman from 1962 to 1976.
RULES GOVERNING THE AWARD
PREPARATION OF NOMINATIONS
SECTION II - CITATION
This should be carefully prepared wording illustrating why the recipient is getting the award. Please be brief, no longer than 3 or 4 lines.
SECTION III - QUALIFICATIONS
This should be a narrative outlining the activities that qualify a nominee for the Frank W. Reinhart Award. Present, in an organized format, the facts and figures of the nominee's contribution to the cause of voluntary standardization, specifically with respect to outstanding and unusual contribution to the Society in the area of terminology standardization.
SECTION IV – NOMINATING COMMITTEE
Please list the names and addresses of the persons submitting the nominations. Please include telephone number and e-mail addresses as appropriate.
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