The Bradley Stoughton Award was established in 1952. It recognizes and fosters excellence in the teaching of materials science, materials engineering, design, and processing to encourage young teachers in this field. Candidates must be 35 years of age or younger by 15 May of the year in which the award is made. Candidates must be persons who have a sound knowledge of, and outstanding enthusiasm for, the teaching of materials science and materials engineering, and design and processing, and must have demonstrated the ability to impart that knowledge and enthusiasm to students. The award is open to any teacher of materials science, materials engineering, design, and processing and related fields.
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