Benjamin F. Fairless Award (AIME)
History and Purpose
The AIST Benjamin F. Fairless Award (AIME) was established in 1954 in honor of Benjamin F. Fairless, chairman of the board of the U. S. Steel Corp., for his intense interest in the technology and development of the iron and steel industry.
Nominations shall be made by completing Sections 1 through 5 of the AIST Award Nomination Form. Five letters of endorsement, a biography and proposed citation are required with each nomination.
This award shall recognize distinguished achievement in iron and steel production and ferrous metallurgy. The recipient cannot be a previous recipient of an AIME award.
The AIST Awards Program Committee shall select a final candidate.