Carl R Fellers Award

Award. $3,000 honorarium from Phi Tau Sigma and a plaque from IFT.

Purpose. To honor a member of IFT and Phi Tau Sigma who has brought honor and recognition to the profession of food science and technology through a distinguished career in that profession displaying exemplary leader ship, service, and communication skills that enhance the effectiveness of all food scientists in serving society. Eligibility. Nominee must have been a professional member of IFT for at least 15 years before the nomination deadline of December 1. Nominees who are not members of Phi Tau Sigma shall be simultaneously elected to Phi Tau Sigma membership by that organization upon selection as recipient of the Carl R. Fellers Award. In considering the further qualifications of nominees, priority shall be given to a record of achievement in communicating to the profession, to governmental and international agencies, and/or to the public scientific information relative to the quality, wholesomeness, safety, nutritive value, and other aspects of food and the food supply; in bringing individuals into the profession; and/or in propagating knowledge of the importance of the profession to the public, governmental agencies, and scientific and academic communities. Special instructions. The nomination statement must not be more than four typed pages. Do not include a curriculum vitae or lists of publications and patents.

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