AIST William T. Hogan, S.J. Lecture Award
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Hogan, The "Steel Priest" - The Hogan Steel Archive at Fordham University contains the invaluable steel information assembled by William T. Hogan, S. J. during his life’s work as a teacher and internationally known steel-industry economist. The 130-foot archive transforms this information into a uniquely comprehensive learning facility for use by students, researchers, scholars, and all those seeking knowledge about the technology and economics of the iron and stel industry. The archive’s content, spanning more than 150 years of steel’s history, includes 4,823 document files, 1,114 photos and slides, and 390 book and reference titles pertaining to steel production and consumption on a worldwide basis. The archive’s Father Hogan Files section contains his many speeches and congressional testimony, his hundreds of steel publications, and his papers and many awards, including the AIST William T. Hogan S.J. Lecture Award, presented each year to the keynote speaker at AISTech.
AIST William T. Hogan, S.J. Lecture Award was established
in 1990 and honors the late Father Hogan, S.J., who was
director of Fordham University’s Industrial Economics
Research Institute and an internationally known steel industry
economist. This lecture award is presented to the keynote
speaker at the AISTech President’s Award Breakfast,
representing the annual gathering of the AIST membership.
shall be made by completing Sections 1 through 3 of the AIST
This honorary lecturer is selected in recognition of individual
outstanding leadership to the iron and steel industry. Lecture
topics shall cover trade, economics, steel industry operations,
developments or forecasts.
AIST Executive Committee shall select a final candidate.