1991 awards & honors recipients.1991 Progress Medal Awarded to Reknown Scientists
In 1959 two great minds, working quite independently, conceived a remarkable idea that has since profoundly altered the nature of photography and in many respects our very lives. It was Jack S. Kilby and Robert N. Noyce who were co-inventors of the monolithic integrated circuit The common form of chip design, in which the base material (substrate) contains the pathways as well as the active elements that take part in its operation. barely 11 years after the transistor first appeared in 1948. This wonderful invention ultimately led to auto focusing cameras, automatic light metering, automatic film processing and the computers which made possible the evolution of lens technology to the current state of the art.
Jack Kilby (person) Jack Kilby - (1924 - 2005-06-20) The electronics engineer who invented the integrated circuit in 1958 at Texas Instruments.
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A TI engineer, Jack Kilby invented the integrated circuit in 1958. Three TI employees left the company in 1982 to start Compaq. , filed for his patent in January, 1959. During his 12 year tenure with TI, Kilby was responsible for all integrated circuit development The integrated circuit (IC) development process is complex and arduous. The high level process for developing an integrated circuit starts with defining product requirements, progresses through architectural definition, implementation, bringup and finally productization. which yielded more than 50 patents in his name, including those for the semiconductor thermal printer See direct thermal printer and thermal wax transfer printer. and the hand-held calculator.
A native of Jefferson City Jefferson City, city (1990 pop. 35,481), state capital and seat of Cole co., central Mo., on the south bank of the Missouri River, near the mouth of the Osage; inc. 1825. , Mont., Kilby joined the army in 1943 and served with the OSS Oss (ôs), city (1994 pop. 62,141), North Brabant prov., S Netherlands; chartered 1399. It is a significant industrial center. Manufactures include meat products, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, electrical equipment, and metalware. in Burma and China. He is a 1947 graduate of the University of Illinois University of Illinois may refer to:
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Branch of engineering concerned with the practical applications of electricity in all its forms, including those of electronics. at Texas A&M University on a part time basis.
In recognition of his accomplishments, Kilby was made a Fellow of the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, New York, www.ieee.org) A membership organization that includes engineers, scientists and students in electronics and allied fields. in 1966, received the Sarnoff Medal in 1967, was co-recipient of the Brunetti Award in 1979, and the Medal of Honor Medal of Honor
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See : Bravery in 1966. He was co-recipient of the Ballentine Medal of the Franklin Institute Franklin Institute, in Philadelphia; chartered and opened 1824 "for the promotion of the mechanic arts," the first of its kind in the country. It was named for Benjamin Franklin. Since the 19th cent. in 1966 and received the Holley Medal of the ASME ASME - American Society of Mechanical Engineers in 1982 and again in 1989. He is a member of the National Academy of Engineering and received the Zworykin Medal of the Institute in 1975. In 1990 he was selected as co-recipient of the Charles Stark Draper Charles Stark Draper, Sc.D. (October 2, 1901 – July 25,1987) is often referred to as "the father of inertial navigation." Born in Windsor, Missouri, he attended the University of Missouri in 1917, then transferred to Stanford University, California in 1919, from which he size, the highest award of the Academy. Kilby has received honorary doctorate degrees from the University of Miama, Rochester Institute of Technology, University of Illinois and the University of Wisconsin. In 1969 he received the National Medal of Science The National Medal of Science is an honor bestowed by the President of the United States to individuals in science and engineering who have made important contributions to the advancement of knowledge in the fields of behavioral and social sciences, biology, chemistry, engineering, , in 1990 the National Medal of Technology and in 1982 he was included into the National Inventors Hall of Fame The National Inventors Hall of Fame is an organization that honors important inventors from the whole world who have lodged a domestic American patent. The only prerequisite of induction is being named an inventor on a US patent. Posthumous induction is allowed. .
We may proudly add to this extraordinary list of achievements that Jack Kilby was formerly a member of PSA (Professional Services Automation) An information system designed to organize, track and manage all opportunities, work, resources, costs, revenues and invoices to improve the productivity and efficiency of the workforce. ! Kilby attended the awards banquet in San Antonio San Antonio (săn ăntō`nēō, əntōn`), city (1990 pop. 935,933), seat of Bexar co., S central Tex., at the source of the San Antonio River; inc. 1837. where he was presented with the Progress Medal for 1991 and the accompanying scroll.
Robert N. Noyce was born in Burlington, Iowa Burlington is a city in Des Moines County, Iowa, United States. The population was 26,839 at the 2000 census. It is the county seat of Des Moines CountyGR6. . He graduated from Grinnell College Grinnell College, at Grinnell, Iowa; coeducational; incorporated 1847 as Iowa College, opened 1848 by Congregationalists at Davenport. The college moved to Grinnell in 1859, under the auspices of Josiah B. Grinnell. It was named Grinnell College in 1909. with a B.S. degree in physics and mathematics and a membership in Phi Beta Kappa Phi Beta Kappa: see fraternity.
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Dr. Noyce was a founding member and first president of the Semiconductor Industry Association. He also was a member of the President's Committee on Industrial Competitiveness and the Defense Science Board.
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relating to relate prep → bezüglich +gen, mit Bezug auf +acc semiconductors. In 1989 the National Academy of Engineering awarded him the Charles Stark Draper award and he was the recipient of the Ballentine Medal of the Franklin Institute and the Cleo Brunetti Award of the IEEE for co-inventing the integrated circuit integrated circuit (IC), electronic circuit built on a semiconductor substrate, usually one of single-crystal silicon. The circuit, often called a chip, is packaged in a hermetically sealed case or a nonhermetic plastic capsule, with leads extending from it for . Dr. Noyce received AFIPS (American Federation of Information Processing Societies Inc.) An organization founded in 1961 dedicated to advancing information processing in the U.S. It was the U.S. representative of IFIP and umbrella for 11 membership societies. Harry Goode Award for leadership in computer science, the National Medal of Technology, National Medal of Science, the I.E.E. Faraday faraday /far·a·day/ (F ) (far´ah-da) the electric charge carried by one mole of electrons or one equivalent weight of ions, equal to 9.649 × 104coulombs.
n. Medal and the IEEE Medal of Honor The IEEE Medal of Honor is the highest recognition of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). It has been awarded once each year since 1917, when its first recipient was Major Edwin H. Armstrong. . He was a member of the National Academy of Science and was an IEEE Fellow. In 1989 he was inducted into Fortune Magazine's National Inventors Hall of Fame. Dr. Noyce received the Charles Draper Award in 1990 and was a member of Grinnel College's Board of Trustees board of trustees Politics The posse of thugs who oversee an institution's administration. See Board of directors. .
Seemingly at the peak of his career, Dr. Noyce succumbed to a heart attack in 1990. At the request of his family, there was no posthumous post·hu·mous
1. Occurring or continuing after one's death: a posthumous award.
2. Published after the writer's death: a posthumous book.
3. award of the Progress Medal and Scroll.
The Photographic Society of America is proud to honor these two great scientists who have truly pushed back the frontiers of science Frontiers of Science was a popular illustrated comic strip created by Professor Stuart Butler of the School of Physics at the University of Sydney in collaboration with Robert Raymond, a documentary maker from the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) in 1962. and photography in keeping with the finest tradition of the Progress Medal.
PSA Appreciation Award
The PSA Appreciation Award was originated in 1972 by doctors Evelyn and Samuel Ross, former pupils of Helen C. Manzer, FPSA FPSA Free Prostate-Specific Antigen
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FPSA Florida Pool and Spa Association , as a symbol of their admiration of her teaching and as a continuing tribute to others who have given their time and talents in the field of teaching. The original funding was exhausted in 1984. Since that time an anonymous donor has funded the award. The main criterion for the award is "teaching without pay."
The 1991 recipient of this award is John S. Brokos, APSA APSA American Political Science Association
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APSA Australian Peak Shippers Association of North Merrick North Merrick, uninc. village (1990 pop. 12,113), Nassau co., SE N.Y., on Long Island. It is chiefly residential. , N.Y. Having an extensive list of diversified and informative programs, Brokos is repeatedly called upon to lecture at innumerous clubs and Chapter meetings. HIS willingness to share his knowledge is an excellent example of the "teaching without pay" theme of this award.
John Doscher Memorial Award
The John Doscher Memorial Award was established in 1981 and is a awarded annually to a PSA member. The award was established under the theme of classical photography. This covers all phases of photography in any photographic medium with careful attention to lighting, composition and technique, as well as showing knowledge and respect for, but not slavish slav·ish
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This year's recipient is Paul D. Yarrows, FPSA. Yarrows, a very talented individual, shows extensive knowledge of photography. This is clearly illustrated by his artistic photographs accepted in both monochrome and color exhibitions. Yarrow's skillful skill·ful
1. Possessing or exercising skill; expert. See Synonyms at proficient.
2. Characterized by, exhibiting, or requiring skill. presentations and ability to communicate his knowledge have made him a very popular and sought after photographic judge and lecturer.
Harold D. Lorimor Memorial Award
The Harold D. Lorimor Memorial Award is offered each year to a relatively new member who, by personal enthusiasm and individual initiative, benefits the Society to a very high degree. This award is sponsored by the three Chapters in the Pacific Northwest in memory of Harold D. Lorimor of Seattle, Wash. who was a great leader in the Society.
This year's recipient is George Ferrara, APSA of Seattle, Wash. Ferrara more than meets the five criteria required to earn this award. First, he has provided photographic instruction through lectures, organized workshops and has led many field trips. Second, he has held many important appointed and elected offices in the Society, including the Color Slide and Nature Divisions. Third, he has recruited many members for PSA. Fourth, he has produced many photographic programs for clubs, councils and conventions. Fifth, he has shown his competence and proficiency by winning awards locally, in PSA and in salons.
Stuyvesant Peabody Memorial Award
The Stuyvesant Peabody Memorial Award was originated by the son of Patrick H. Peabody in memory of his father who simulated the era of pictorial photography. After the original funds were depleted de·plete
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To decrease the fullness of; use up or empty out.
[Latin d a new donor volunteered to perpetuate this prestigious award. Posthumously post·hu·mous
1. Occurring or continuing after one's death: a posthumous award.
2. Published after the writer's death: a posthumous book.
3. , the generous member has been identified as the late Mary A. Mallas, FPSA.
A candidate for his honor must have contributed measurably in activities such as exhibiting, judging, writing and providing leadership in photographic organizations.
This year's recipient is Fred Greene from Halifax, Nova Scotia For other uses, see Halifax.
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Victor Scales Memorial Award
The Victor Scales Memorial Award has been presented to a PSA member annually since 1962 in recognition of outstanding service to photography and to the Society throughout an extended period of time. Victor Scales exemplified this outstanding service by the many positions he held in PSA.
The 1991 recipient of this award is Charlotte B. Smith, FPSA. Since joining the Society in 1955 Smith had already amassed an impressive list of accomplishments. In addition of being a recognized photographer and lecturer the Society applauds her organizational and administrative positions held on local, regional and national committees and especially for her promotion of the Photojournalism division.
Joseph P. Fallon, Jr., Memorial Award
Annually, the Photographic Society of America is privileged to present the Yerba Buena yerba buena (yĕr`bə bwā`nə), trailing evergreen perennial (Micromeria chamissonis) of the family Labiatae (mint family). It is native to W North America and especially common to woodland areas along the Pacific coast. Chapter Award in memory of Joseph P. Fallon, Jr., FPSA. This award was established to encourage and promote membership in the Society. The recipient for this year has been truly outstanding in this regard.
A member since 1961, the recipient for the 1991 Joseph P. Fallon, Jr., Memorial Award served as an Area Representative and as a District Representative for 11 years. During this time, she was the sponsor for more than 115 new members.
While serving as Superintendent of the Photo Salon at the Western Washington
Western Washington is a region of the United States defined as that part of Washington west of the Cascade Mountains. Fair, there was always a PSA Membership Table to promote the Photographic Society of America. As chairman for planning and providing photographic seminars at the Fairgrounds n. pl. 1. same as fairground. , brochures were mailed to more than 2,700 people. Both of these activities resulted in many new members for the Society.
Being an excellent and versatile photographer and totally dedicated to PSA and photography, the recipient has served as a program presenter, judge and is a Star Exhibitor in five classifications.
For these many reasons, The Photographic Society of America, in behalf of the Yerba Buena Chapter, is pleased to present the prestigious and outstanding Joseph P. Fallon, Jr., Memorial Award for 1991 to Floramae D. Raught, FPSA.
Society District Representative of the Year Award
The Photographic Society of America annually presents the Society District Representative of the Year Award. This award has been established to provide recognition for the District Representative who has done the most to increase and maintain membership in their District.
The recipient of the award for 1991 has served as the District representative for the State of Washington, District #1 for seven years and as an extra duty, she has been taking care of the members in Norhtern Idaho.
She has maintained an active Area Representative team, conducted Area Representative meetings and has also attended Board and Chapter meetings. Setting up PSA Membership Tables at various photographic functions and always having a membership application on hand in an effort to maintain and increase membership in District #1 is truly an indication of diligent dedication to the Society and photography.
She has been very involved in Chapter activities, serving as a program presenter, participating in seminars plus judgings. All have taken a great amount of freely given work and time.
For all of these reasons and for many not named, the Photographic Society of America is proud to present the Society District Representative of the Year for 1991 to Vee Nealey, APSA.
The Honorary Fellowship (Hon. FPSA) is the highest honor awarded by the Society. It is awarded only for uniqur or outstanding contributions of major importance to photography. The approval of 80 percent of the Honors Committee and majority approval of the PSA Executive Committee are required. The number of living Honorary Fellows is limited to 25. Candidates need not be members of the Society. This year the Society bestows this honor to two individuals.
Arthur P. Henricks, Jr.
For his extensive contributions to the Society over many years, as a worker, official and President; for his substantial involvement and support of projects and activities throughout PSA and the general photographic community. And, especially, for his continuing work with local camera clubs, regional photographic organizations and International Exhibitions.
For his outstanding contributions to promoting the art and science of photography the world-over; for his premier exhibition record over many years and for his furthering exhibition photography through lecturing, judging and his shared creative talents.
The Honorary Membership (Hon. PSA) is awarded for outstanding service to photography, particularly through organizational or similar work. It may be recommended by a three-fourths vote of the Honors Committee and requires majority vote of the PSA Executive Committee for approval. Proficiency in the use of the photographic medium is not a requirement, and the candidate need not be a member of the Society.
Dr. Ralph E. Venk
For his many years of dedication, leadership and extensive contributions to the Society; most particularly for his distinguished service and accomplished record as President. And for his enthusiastic support of fine art photography and his willingness to share his broad knowledge in that area through teaching, lecturing and exhibiting.
The Fellowship is awarded for outstanding contributions to the advancement of photography involving a high degree of proficiency and achievement, combined with such elements of service as the dessemination of acquired knowledge through lecturing, judging, publication of articles, papers, etc. Personal achievement alone does not qualify a candidate for this honor. A three-fourths vote of the Honors Committee is required for the Fellowship.
For his dedication to the advancement and development of the photographic arts, for his organizational skills and service through lecturing, judging and presentations, and for his work in publishing photographic books. For his leadershp in the Photographic Art Society of Pakistan, his ongoing promotion of PSA and his distinguished exhibition record.
Winifred Westcott Brown
For her creative photography and gifted administrative abilities; for her ready willingness to teach and share her diverse talents with the photographic community and for her long standing service to camera clubs, regional organizations and the Society.
Gene Clark Harold Eugene Clark (born Tipton, Missouri, November 17, 1944 - May 24, 1991) was an American singer-songwriter, and one of the founding members of the folk-rock group The Byrds.
For his broad photographic knowledge and technical skills, shared through presentations, instructional programs and PSA services. For his strong leadership in clubs and the Society and for his valued and active involvement in various PSA management roles.
For her advancement of photography and PSA through creative presentations and programs; for her leadership abilities and communication skills shared throughout the photographic community. And, especially, for her contributions and dedicated service at many levels of the Society.
For dedicated and loyal service to the photographic community at local, regional and national levels. For her ongoing efforts to further the interests of photography generally and, especially, of PSA.
Edward A. McInnes
For his leadership and service to the local photographic community and his willingness to share his knowledge with others. And for his demonstrated exhibition and judging skills and general contributions to the field of amateur photography.
For her leadership and service to amateur photography and the Society; for her sharing of photographic and travel knowledge, her demonstrated judging skills and for her programs widely presented to camera clubs, regional organizations and PSA.
For his dedicated work in camera clubs, regional organizations and, especially, the Photo-Travel Division. For his many travelog presentations and his demonstrated photographic abilities in international Exhibitions.
Heinz W. Otto
For his superb photographic artistry and outstanding exhibition record; for his administrative and leadership abilities as demonstrated in his regional area. For his long service to the Pictorial Print Division and for his dedicated support and organizational work in the field of international exhibitions.
Marion "Lou" Sedio
For her dedicated service as an organizer, officer and administrator in local, regional and PSA activities. For her promotions of the Society, and photography in general, through lecturing, teaching and judging.
Milan J. Sedio
For his continued contributions to the development of excellence in the photographic arts. For his service to PSA, camera clubs, Council and International Exhibitions through presentations, judging and lecturing.
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For his dedicated service to the Society, especially in the membership area. For his ongoing work with camera clubs and regional photographic organizations and for his judging and lecturing skills and proficiency in photography.
For his work in advancing the photographic arts and, especially, for his dedication as a teacher, author, judge, organizer and administrator. And, particularly, for his achievement in founding the India International Council.
The Associateship is awarded for material contributions to the advancement of photography, whether resulting primarily from proficiency and achievement or service alone. As in the case of the Fellowship, photographic achievement must be combined with elements of service. The Associateship may be awarded by a majority vote of the Honors Committee.
Margaret B. Biedel
For her dedicated service to the Pacific Northwest photographic community, the Society, camera clubs and Council; for her ongoing work as an exhibitor, judge, teacher and creator and presenter of many instructional programs.
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Ward was one of five children of the owner of a moving and storage company. As a boy he sang in church choirs and local opera theaters. Bullock
For his enthusiastic service to camera clubs and Councils in the Gulf area as well as to the Photojournalism Division and the Society overall.
For his extensive commitment to the advancement of the photographic arts as an exhibitor, lecturer and judge; for his enthusiastic service to the local photographic community and to the society. And, especially, for his demonstrated mastery of creative portraiture portraiture, the art of representing the physical or psychological likeness of a real or imaginary individual. The principal portrait media are painting, drawing, sculpture, and photography. From earliest times the portrait has been considered a means to immortality. .
Mark E. Fohl
For his extensive service to others through writing, lecturing and teaching; for his dedicated work in the International Exhibition area, as well as for the Pictorial Print Division and the local Council and, especially, for his proficiency in exhibiting.
Charles H. Gierman
For his sharing his enthusiasm and expertise in photography through teaching, judging, instructional and travelog presentations; and, especially, for his extended and dedicated service to the Pictorial Print Division.
Meredith A. Hannah
For his dedication in sharing her photographic and organizational skills throughout her regional area, as well as the Pictorial Print Division and the Society at all levels, most particularly in the Chapter and Convention areas.
For his ongoing commitment to the advancement of photography through lecturing, teaching and judging; for his promotion of Society membership and his dedicated service to the Photojournalism and Pictorial Print Divisions and, especially, for his proficiency in International exhibiting.
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For his enthusiastic and ongoing service to camera clubs, the Pictorial Print Division and the Society overall; and for sharing his extensive photographic knowledge through teaching and judging.
Edna T. Keep
For her dedication and service to local photographic groups, to the Pictorial Print Division and to the Society overall, especially, in membership activities.
Grace L. Kuehl
For her many years of PSA commitment, her devotion to the promotion of photography and her long dedication to serving local photographic organizations; for her sharing of her skills and knowledge through extensive judging, teaching and presentations and, most particularly, for her expertise in color slide exhibiting.
Lai Wing Chiu
For his organizational and leadership abilities, demonstrated throughout his regional area; for his writing, judging, lecturing and other services to international photography and, especially, for his skills as a color printer A printer that prints in color using three (CMY) or four (CMYK) colors of ink, toner or dye. Four color ribbons have been used in dot matrix printers, but these are rare today. See color laser printer and printer. .
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Dr. Robert E. Lee
For his proficiency as a photographer, his abilities as an administrator, judge and program director; and for his dedicated service to the Society in the membership and Chapter areas.
For his leadership and service in the Photographic Society of China; for his artistic talents and excellence in pictorial print exhibiting and, especially, for his sharing through teaching, judging and lecturing.
Liew Kok Pheng
For his artistic skills as a photographer and exhibitor and, most particularly, for sharing his abilities through teaching, writing and judging.
Ruth L. Locke
For her significant contributions to photographic groups in her regional area, her dedicated service to the Society overall and, especially, her ongoing support and work in the International Conference activity.
Helen V. Lynch
For her dedication and involvement in supporting the photographic arts and furthering the interests of the Society; for her judging, teaching, and conducting workshops throughout her regional area and, especially, for her excellent exhibition record.
Lynn Troy Maniscalco
For her proficiency as a photographer, most particularly in the photojournalism field; for her valuable service to the Society, especially in the Photojournalism Division and membership activities and for her numerous activities and organizational work in local photographic groups.
Gladys L. Meyer
For her long service to photography throughout her local area, her dedication to sharing her knowledge and skills by teaching and lecturing in public schools as well as in photographic groups and for her service to the Nature Division and PSA in general.
Paul R. Milligan, M.D.
For his expertise in photographic techniques; for his dedication in furthering the aims of the Stereo Division and the Society and, especially, for his work in promoting stereo photography internationally.
Barbara Kinnard Pyke
For her dedication in advancing the art of photography; for her enthusiastic sharing of her expertise with others and, especially, for her service to camera clubs, Council and Chapter.
John E.A. Reece
For his many years of dedication to promoting photography in the New Zealand New Zealand (zē`lənd), island country (2005 est. pop. 4,035,000), 104,454 sq mi (270,534 sq km), in the S Pacific Ocean, over 1,000 mi (1,600 km) SE of Australia. The capital is Wellington; the largest city and leading port is Auckland. area; for his writing, lecturing and judging and, most particularly, for his long service to the Photographic Society of New Zealand.
Charles H. Taylor
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For his enthusiastic promotion of photography and the Society; for his exemplary exhibition record and his many years of leadership and service to the photographic community.
For his extensive photographic knowledge and his sharing through teaching and writing; for his long service to the Pictorial Print Division and involvement in membership activities.
Flor Van Laer
For his spirited promotion of PSA activities, his extensive teaching, lecturing and judging throughout his regional area and, especially, for his outstanding exhibition record.
Ellen M. Worzala
For her administrative and organizational skills and service to local photographic groups and, most particularly, for her extensive judging, lecturing, writing and teaching.