Bradley Stoughton Award

The Lehigh Valley Chapter of ASMI established the Bradley Stoughton Award in 1944. It recognizes outstanding contributions to the field of engineered materials.
Bradley Stoughton (1873-1959) was President of ASM in 1942. His distinguished career included teaching and administrative positions at MIT, Columbia University, and Lehigh University, where he served as Head of the Department of Metallurgy and Dean of Engineering for 35 years. In addition, he was a consulting metallurgist for 21 years.

Dr. Stoughton gave his time without stint to his students, guiding and inspiring them to many outstanding metallurgical achievements. His intimate knowledge of theoretical and practical problems in the manufacture of steel led him to an international reputation in the field.

Bradley Stoughton Award Past Winners

Outstanding Young Member Award

Since 1973, the Lehigh Valley Chapter of ASM has given an “Outstanding Young Member Award” to the most qualified young member in the chapter. To be qualified for the award, the outstanding young member must be 35 years of age or younger on January 1 of the year awarded, promote the field of materials in some manner, and provide service to the chapter through involvement in activities.

Outstanding Young Member Award Past Winners