The EASM Distinguished Service Award – recognises a member’s significant involvement and service to the work of EASM. The accolade is intended to acknowledge the value and contribution made in fulfilling the aims of EASM within a voluntary capacity.
Criteria: the nominee must meet the following:
The deadline for the EASM Awards is April 20th Each year. Information required for award nomination includes:
Nominators must be EASM members in good standing and should email the nomination to the Chair of the Award Selection Committee as appointed by the EASM Board. This is currently Professor Tracy Taylor. The nomination must specifically describe the nominee’s accomplishments in relation to the award criteria (max 2 pages). It is recommended that up to two letters/testimonials of support be included in the nomination. The Committee may subsequently request additional information from the nominator. All nominations will be assessed in confidence.
Individuals who accept their nomination will be asked to submit a CV and a two-page statement describing their qualifications for the award. These items must be submitted no later than July 1st.
During the 25th EASM Conference, the first EASM Distinguished Service Award was presented to Professor Herbert Woratschek. The Distinguished Service Award recognises a member’s significant involvement and service to the work of EASM. Professor Woratschek has worked for and helped develop EASM over many years and in many ways:
– He has served on the EASM Board and also the Editorial Board of ESMQ
– Served in many working groups outside of the board to help in our development such as chairing sub-committees and also representing EASM at WASM meetings.
– He was Chair of the Local Organising Committee for the 16th EASM Conference and student seminar
– Initiated our very successful EASM Summer
Most importantly though and above all the work he has voluntarily undertaken for EASM, you can describe Professor Woratschek as simply a very decent, nice, kind genuine guy – values that any organisation would welcome.