Awards Details

Hal Williams Hardinge Award
The Hal Williams Hardinge Award recognizes outstanding achievement which has benefited the field of industrial minerals & aggregates.
Award Description
The Hal Williams Hardinge Award, established in 1958 and funded by AIME, recognizes outstanding achievement which has benefited the field of industrial minerals & aggregates. The achievement so recognized may have been accomplished through writing, teaching, research or administration, resulting in new uses, wider markets, improved management, or through wider dissemination of knowledge. The award shall be a plaque, appropriately engraved with the name of the award, the name of the recipient, and the citation of the particular achievement for which the award is being conferred.

There are no limitations regarding nationality or membership in the AIME Member Societies, but preference is given to members. If a committee member is nominated, they will either find a replacement committee member so that they can resign for the year or remove their nomination until their term is up. Candidate must be living or passed away prior to May 1st of the nomination year.

No AIME Major Award winner is eligible to be nominated for another AIME Major Award until 9 years shall have elapsed, and the nomination support package shall conspicuously reference work in a new field or significant new accomplishments in the field for which the original award was made. (The AIME Major Awards are the Charles F. Rand Memorial Gold Medal, Robert Earll McConnell? Award, James Douglas Gold Medal, Hal Williams Hardinge Award, Erskine Ramsay Medal, Robert H. Richards Award, William Lawrence Saunders Gold Medal, Benjamin F. Fairless Award and Anthony F. Lucas Gold Medal.)

AIME Board members are exempt from receiving AIME awards.
Hal Williams Hardinge Award Criteria for Nomination
The Hal Williams Hardinge Award (Hardinge Award) in the field of industrial minerals is made to recognize outstanding achievement which has benefited the industry. The achievement so recognized may have been accomplished through writing, teaching, research or administration, resulting in new discoveries, in better products, in new techniques, in new uses, wider markets, improved management, or through wider dissemination of knowledge.
Additional Information
Nomination for this award is currently closed.

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