Jakov Buljan, UNIDO
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The preamble to the Statutes of the IULTCS state that the Society was founded for the purpose of encouraging thetechnology, chemistry and science of leather on a worldwide basis. It is appropriate that we recognise theachievements of those of stature in our industry who have contributed significantly to our global understanding ofthe leather industry and its by-products and those who have excelled in promoting the aims and objectives of oursociety. The IULTCS Merit Award is given biennially by the IULTCS Executive to an individual, whose past or current endeavours have had an extraordinary impact on our industry and provide an example for others to follow.
The recipient of the “IULTCS Merit Award for Excellence in the Leather Industry” will receive a custom plaquesignifying recognition by the IULTCS. Along with the award, the recipient may also be granted an allowancetowards travel. The maximum amount paid by the IULTCS should not exceed US $1200. The intent of thismonetary amount is to help defray expenses towards attendance at the IULTCS Congress where the recipient willbe honoured by the Union.
Selection of the recipient is at the sole discretion of the IULTCS Executive Committee.
Examples of efforts that are worthy of recognition include:
It is expected that the recipient will be an active or recently retired member of a leather technical association thatis a paid-up member of the IULTCS.
Twelve months before an award is to be made the IULTCS Secretary will informExecutive Committee membersand request nominations of potential candidates. IULTCS Members and Associate Members will then be given 4 months to makeproposals. All submissions should be in writing and are to include a CV on the individual candidate along with anexplanation of why they should be considered. The Executive Committee may request more information onsubmissions. Executive Committee members reserve the right to enter additional nominations. These latternominations will also require written submissions. It is not a requirement that the award be made every second year.
The Executive Committee will make its selection by normal vote and will announce its decision to the Members andon its website at least 6 months prior to the next IULTCS Congress. This award was first established at the 2005 IULTCS Congress in Florence, Italy. The first IULTCS Merit Award was made at the 2007 IULTCS Congress in Washington.
Jakov Buljan, UNIDO
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Professor Dr Bi Shi, China
Dr Eleanor M. Brown, USA
Professor Dr Günter Reich, Germany
Antoni Ylla-Catalá, Spain
Professor Anthony D. Covington, UK
Dr Robert L. Sykes, UK