Henry B. Linford Award for Distinguished Teaching

linford-awardThe Henry B. Linford Award for Distinguished Teaching was established in 1981 for excellence in teaching in subject areas of interest to the Society.

Nomination Deadline: April 15, odd years
Presented: Spring meeting, even years

Recipient qualifications

The recipient will be distinguished teaching excellence in subject areas of interest to the Society. The recipient does not need to be a member of The Electrochemical Society.

Award

The award consists of a silver medal and a plaque that contains a bronze replica, both bearing the recipient’s name, the sum of $2,500 US, complimentary meeting registration for award recipient and companion, a dinner held in recipient’s honor during the designated meeting, and Life Membership in The Society. The recipient will receive the award in person at the designated Society meeting and deliver a general address on a subject related to the contributions for which the award is being presented.

About Henry B. Linford

Henry B. Linford was a distinguished professor of chemical engineering at Columbia University and known for his work and research in electroplating and corrosion of metals. With a Society history dating back to 1936, Dr. Linford served as ECS secretary for 10 years and president of The Electrochemical Society from 1961-62.

Past recipients

2018-2000
Ralph White
(2018)
John Scully
(2016)
Dennis Hess
(2014)
Mark E. Orazem
(2012)
Daniel T. Schwartz
(2010)
Eliezer Gileadi
(2008)
Derek Pletcher
(2006)
Ronald M. Latanision
(2004)
Dennis Peters
(2002)
Glenn E. Stoner
(2000)

1998-1982
Robert A. Rapp
(1998)
Thomas C. Franklin
(1996)
John O’M. Bockris
(1994)
Ken Nobe
(1992)
John Newman
(1990)
Leo Brewer
(1988)
Allen J. Bard
(1986)
Brian E. Conway
(1984)
Charles W. Tobias
(1982)