Scholarships & Awards
The American Society for Precision Engineering is offering scholarship grants to help students defray the costs of participating in the 37th ASPE Annual Meeting. This award includes the waiver of the conference registration fee and four tutorial fees, and will provide funds towards travel, hotel, and meal expenses. The recipient’s university is responsible for covering the remaining expenses.
ASPE is very pleased to award the Graham Siddall Scholarship, a scholarship endowed by Dr. Graham Siddall to recognize a student scholar in the field of precision engineering. This prestigious award is valued at $2,500 and will support the student winner in the form of waived conference and tutorial fees and a stipend to cover the travel costs to the 37th Annual Meeting in Bellevue, Washington.
ASPE is also pleased to award the R. V. Jones Scholarship. This scholarship will support the student winner in the form of waived conference and tutorial fees and a stipend to cover the travel costs to the 37th Annual Meeting in Bellevue, Washington.
ASPE will notify the 2022 scholarship recipients June 20, 2022.
Lifetime Achievement Award
The Lifetime Achievement Award was conceived to honor particularly noteworthy contributions to the advancement of the discipline and/or Society over a career of service in precision engineering.
Distinguished Service Award
The Distinguished Service Award is bestowed on any individual who has dedicated extraordinary service and expertise to the Society.
College of Fellows
Election to the ASPE College of Fellows is a highly prestigious honor that is intended to recognize and honor those exceptional members of the Society who have made outstanding contributions to the art and practice of Precision Engineering through original research, significant innovations, education and outreach or service to the profession. New Fellows are announced each year at the Annual Meeting.
Early Career Award
ASPE benefits greatly from the infusion of energy and new ideas brought by members who are in the early stages of their career. The purpose of this award is to recognize outstanding technical contributions from this group and to encourage them to continue to be active in the Society.