ICME National Awards
ICME has a number of prestigious awards that may be conferred by its General Council.
Oliver Stubbs Award - awarded to a member for the imparting of knowledge to fellow members on the practice and theory of founding.
E J Fox Medal - awarded to an individual who has made a significant contribution to the development of the foundry industry through an invention or a piece of research.
John Campbell Medal - awarded for sustained contribution to the science and understanding of metal casting, by virtue of research and development.
Meritorious Services Medal - awarded to a longstanding member who as made a significant contribution to the Institute or the wider industry.
Best Technical Student Award - awarded to the best technical student currently or recently completed a foundry related course. This award is sponsored by the Worshipful Company of Ironmongers.
Diploma - awarded for the best technical paper by a member of ICME published in the Foundry Trade Journal.
British Foundry Medal and Prize - awarded to an author of the best technical paper published in the Foundry Trade Journal.
M M Hallett Award presented every three years to an individual or to a group of people or to an organisation who have made an outstanding contribution to the foundry industry by the creation of new ideas or inventions. (The award is sponsored by Chamberlin and Hill in recognition of work carried out by M M Hallett).
Contact Dianne for more information about the entry requirements and closing dates of any of the awards listed above.
There are also a number of grants available to support young people and individuals with training and professional development opportunities.
If you would like more information about ICME's awards please contact Dianne Willis.